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Our condominium website was developed to serve as an informative resource for homeowners of the Cranberry Lake Condominium Association located on Holiday Lane in Hainesville, IL.  Please feel free to contact us with your comments and suggestions.
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Guest Parking Hours
Posted on Nov 25th, 2017
If you have visitors they are allowed to park on Holiday Lane from 8:00 am until midnight daily.  Any vehicles parked on Holiday Lane without a parking permit after midnight is subject to ticketing and/or towing by the Grayslake-Hainesville Police Department.
Please be aware that we have limited parking in our community, whenever possible please have your guest park on other streets (such as Cranberry Lake Drive) as not to inconvenient homeowners who may need to park there additional vehicle on Holiday Lane.
If you need overnight guest parking, please contact the Grayslake-Hainesville Police Department for permission to park on any other street in the Village except Holiday Lane.
Community Improvements
Posted on Feb 12th, 2017
2016 Accomplishments
  •  Landscaping - Removal and replacement of dead trees and bushes throughout community.
  •  Landscaping -Tree Trimming and composed/mulch entire community
  •  Roof inspections and fixes completed
  •  Dryer vent cleaning
  •  New lighting in Gazebo area
  •  Building Brick Repairs
  •  New signage
  •  Gutter cleaning and repairs
2017 Goals
  • New painting phase begins.
  • Wood Repair as need and as a part of the painting phase.
  •  Pressure washing All building
  •  Driveway repair and replacements begin.
  •  Brick work repairs as needed.
  •  Building repairs as needed.
  •  Landscape improvements - removal of dead items and replacement.
  •  Gutter cleaning and repairs or replacements. 
  •  Staining of bench as needed
  •  Dry vent cleaning
Landscape Watering Requirements
Posted on Jul 13th, 2016
Rules & Regulations under Landscaping, the rule states the following:
"The Unit Owner must maintain, by way of watering, the live plantings and lawns located in front of or by the side of their unit. Watering should not occur for more than 30 minutes in any one area. Lawns, trees and shrubs must be watered in accordance with the Village watering ordinance. The Board, at its discretion and with proper notice, may impose other watering restrictions in addition to the Village ordinance. The Unit Owner shall be responsible for the cost to repair any damage to the landscaping including live plants and lawn areas due to negligence. The Association will contract the appropriate vendor for repairs and the Unit Owner will be charged the cost of such repairs. Unit Owners are prohibited from performing landscaping activities such as fertilizing, mowing the lawn, planting, trimming, or removing any bushes, shrubs and trees."
For your convenience, the Hainesville Water Restrictions are as follows:
No watering allowed between 9:00 a.m. through 6:00 p.m. 7 days a week.
Odd number addresses can water after 6:00 p.m. on odd days of the week.
Even number addresses can water after 6:00 p.m. on even days of the week.
For units on Holiday Lane, Odd and Even number addresses are determined by only the first 2 digits of your address number.
The Village can change their watering restrictions, so please be mindful if the Village announces any changes.
Thank you in advance for adhering to the Rules and helping water any all plantings.
Air Conditioning Poles
Posted on Apr 14th, 2016
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.  
Pet Rules
Posted on Apr 14th, 2016
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. 
Porch and Garage Lights - Reminder
Posted on Apr 14th, 2016
All outside front porch and garage light bulbs must be white light, please do not change these lights to color.  Our porch and garage lights are the main lighting for the community and for the safety of the community we require these lights to be white at all times. If your light fixtures are not working please contact Lieberman Management Services at 847-459-0000 so that the maintenance team can repair your fixture.  Please take the time to review the rules and regulations before putting up your holiday decoration.
All light bulbs must be replaced with a white-light 60-watt bulb. Your front light and garage coach light are on light sensors from dusk to dawn, and the sensors must not be tampered with. The Unit Owner shall be responsible for the cost to repair any damage caused to the fixture due to negligence or tampering. The Association will perform a quarterly lighting review to ensure that we have the proper lighting and working light fixtures within the Association.
Wrong Way Driver Fine!
Posted on Apr 14th, 2016
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.
How to Help Reduce Association Expense.
Posted on Apr 13th, 2016
1. Paying your assessment monthly is crucial to helping stabilizing the current assessment. When you don’t pay your assessment on time it can trigger several required responses that cost the association additional dollar.
 • A reminder statement that cost the association $10.
• Legal turnover fees of $125 per incident, paid by the Association to LMS to process all the paperwork that the attorney needs to contact the homeowner.  The Illinois Condo Act  prevents the Association from reimbursement for these charges. Please read the collection policy for additional details on the turnover time-frame.
• Legal fees and court costs are pre-paid  by the Association and the Attorney files court papers to have the costs reimbursed by the delinquent homeowner.
2. Water is paid from the association budget, reducing the water usage can reduce or maintain the water payment portion of the budget.  Here are  a few tips to help with water usage reduction.
• Use low-flow shower heads. They can reduce water flow by as much as 40 percent.
• Make sure that the water is not running continuously in the toilet. Listen very quietly for the faint sound of running water.
• Save your laundry until you have enough to load your washing machine to its recommended capacity.
• Run your dishwasher only when it is full.
• Use your garbage disposer sparingly.
• Repair dripping faucets. A slow, steady drip (100 drops per minute) wastes 330 gallons of water in a month. That's nearly 4,000 gallons per year.
• If your outside water faucets is dripping call LMS to have it repaired, you must be home when the workman come.
 3. Landscaping is a sizable amount of the annual budget here are some ways you can help keep the cost down.
• Hand watering the trees, bushes and grass will keep them from drying up and dying while using less water. and it  reduces the replacement cost of the  trees, bushes and grass.
• Limited put holiday decoration on the trees and bushes.  When you remove the decoration it can cause damage than harm the trees and bushes.
• When your dogs urinate on the grass, rinse the grass with water to dilute and help reduce damage.
• Don’t let your dogs urinate on the bushes and trees it damages the trees and bushes.
• Use lawn patch repair kits to repair small damage areas of the lawn, before it spread to a large area.
4. Building repair and maintenance is a sizable amount of the annual budget here are some ways to help keep the cost down.
• Do not use nail, screws or drill holes in the outside woodwork, siding or brick when putting up holiday decoration this causes damage to the woodwork that has to be repaired.
• When you see loose siding call it in the LMS, so that they can have it repaired before it’s torn or blown away.
• If your gutter is clog call LMS to have it clean so that the water does not  go into the siding and woodwork of the building which cause additional damages.
• If you observe any damage to the outside of the building, please contact LMS immediately .
• The lighting fixtures repair and replacement is a costly expense. When replacing the light bulb, do not turn the fixture, this causes damage to the sensor.

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