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This website is for Cranberry Lake Condominium Association located on Holiday Lane in Hainesville, IL. This condominium website was developed to serve as an informative resource for homeowners.  Please contact the Property management company directly regarding issues or concerns with violations notices.  Please feel free to contact us with your comments and suggestions.
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Celebrating Cranberry Lake Graduates
Posted on Apr 23rd, 2020
Due to the virus our students will not get the chance to have graduation ceremonies. We are going to do something to celebrate them. If you send us a picture with their name, the school and grade. Through the contact us link on the website main page.  We will be posting it on the Cranberry Lake Facebook page to celebrate them. 
Please remember you can't put sign on the outside of your unit, that includes the porches and balconies.
Cranberry Condominiums Association Board
Change to Property Management Company
Posted on Nov 5th, 2019
Lieberman Management Services has officially become FirstService Residential on November 4th. 
FirstService Residential Customer Care Center – Our 24/7/365 in-house support team are ready for both emergency and non-emergency calls. Our multi-lingual team is just a phone call away and ready to support your residents, from account balance inquiries to emergency maintenance, and all point in between.
As of November 4th, you can reach our Customer Care Center at any time by calling 877-999- 6491.
ClickPay – New accounts payable platform makes submitting association payments easy. Through ClickPay, payments can be made online by e-check (ACH) from a bank account for free or by major credit and debit cards for a nominal fee that is charged by a third-party provider.
Hainesville CTY Alert and Notification System
Posted on Feb 18th, 2019
We encourage you to sign up for the Hainesville Village Hall CTY system. This is an alert system that calls and emails all homeowners with emergency notifications/alerts.  (Example: the village send notifications/alerts when they are scheduling snow removal on Holiday Lane, this will help you know when to move your vehicle and prevent it from being towed.)  
How to sign up:
You can sign up for CTY notifications/alerts by going to www.hainesville.org the CTY sign up is on the bottom of the right hand side in a red box. "sign up for village emergency notifications/alerts. 
Cranberry Lake Condominium Association
Pet Rules
Posted on Apr 30th, 2018
Pet Rules
All pets must be registered with the Association and the Unit Owner must read and comply with Village, County and State ordinance, Exhibit (B) Pet Registration Form. No more than two (2) pets shall be allowed in any household; two meaning two cats, two dogs, or a combination thereof.  All Village ordinances shall apply.  Pets shall not be left unattended, staked, or leashed to or on the Common Elements.  Pets shall not defecate or urinate directly under the window of any Unit.  Pet walkers shall be responsible for the immediate removal of pet waste.  Pets are to be controlled at all times so as not to create a nuisance anywhere on the property.  Neither pet waste nor waste container shall be stored anywhere on the Common Elements. (i.e. porch, balcony, driveway) The pet owner shall be responsible for the cost to repair any damage to the Common Elements caused by the pet. 
Air Conditioning Poles
Posted on Apr 26th, 2018
As you are entering or leaving your garages or the driveways, please take extra precaution for the poles surrounding the air conditioners.  Each time these poles are repaired the cost to the Association $350 per pole. Therefore if you or someone you know hits the poles, please call it in to the management company. It is not fair to the other homeowners in the Association to take on an expense of replacing or repairing these poles that were damage by you or your guest.  
Wrong Way Driver Fine!
Posted on Apr 25th, 2018
We have a real danger on Holiday Lane, with our residents/homeowners driving the wrong way on Holiday Lane.  There have been too many close calls and we need to stop this bad behavior now. We encourage ALL residents/homeowners of Cranberry Lake Condo Association to report to the police. 
The towing company will be recording anyone that is driving the wrong way on Holiday Lane and reporting them to the police.

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