Site is NOT owned by The Woodlands mgt. company or The Woodlands
Board of Directors !
Belongs to Woodlands Community Residents Working to Enhance
the Lives of
Our Residents & Neighbors and to provide resources in regard to
their rights as members of a homeowners association &/or residents
of a condominium community. PLEASE HELP US! If you suffer any abuse you have suffered at the hand of, or as a result of
the actions of, the Bd of Trustees or any of the Bd members, we need you to write us
to report it. Remember, there is Strength in Numbers, but
weakness against bullies, when one stands alone.
COMMUNICATION WILL BE HELD IN THE STRICTEST CONFIDENCE!.
With your support, we cam ensure that present and potential residents will find
living at The Woodlands to be enjoyable and hassle-free, under a Board who truly has the best interests
of their community & neighbors at heart .
Please do take advantage of the space provided where adults can chat & share recipes, and kids can find lots
of fun stuff!
ABOUT THE WOODLANDS:
of the largest condominium complexes in New Jersey, The Woodlands
Condominiums consist of 766 one, two and three bedroom units in 75
buildings on a lovely, wooded 70 acre site.
are in southern New Jersey, just minutes from regional shopping
& Atlantic City and only a 50 minute drive to Philadelphia...at
the intersection of Leipzig Avenue and US 322 (across from the Hamilton
Mall and Atlantic City Racetrack) in Mays Landing, NJ.
nasty & vindictive board will use every excuse to fine
& make your life miserable here. Don't give them the chance!
the opportunity of warmer weather to clean up your patio, store your
trash container properly, make sure your gas grill is at least 5 feet
from the building, and so on.
considering starting a distress fund that will provide up to 2-3 months
of "condo fees" to owners who need help getting over a financial
The loans would be repayable over the course of a year, with ABSOLUTELY
NO INTEREST CHARGES, & only a $35-50 initial paperwork fee.
interested in joining the volunteer approval committee? Or, can you dig
deep for $25, $50 or even $100 to help "seed" this loan fund?
us if you can help with this valiant effort to support your
neighbors who are experiencing temporary financial distress.