Condo owners, boards need to compromise when accidents happen


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Q: The outdoor parking lot entrance/exit of our condo is located on a busy pedestrian street. There is a security gate that opens and closes to allow access to the parking lot, and includes a sensor (just as you would have with a garage door) that prevents the gate from closing if it detects an object in its path. Recently, I was exiting the parking lot but had to wait for pedestrians to pass so that I could safely enter the street.

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Robert Noce  •  Edmonton Journal

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Sep 09, 2016  •  September 10, 2016  •  6 minute read  •  Join the conversation Condo owners and boards should cooperate to address issues, such as underground parking mishaps. Photo by Larry Wong /Edmonton Journal

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Q: The outdoor parking lot entrance/exit of our condo is located on a busy pedestrian street. There is a security gate that opens and closes to allow access to the parking lot, and includes a sensor (just as you would have with a garage door) that prevents the gate from closing if it detects an object in its path. Recently, I was exiting the parking lot but had to wait for pedestrians to pass so that I could safely enter the street. As I was waiting, the security gate started to…

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