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Thurs., January 17, 2019  Greenbaum Rowe Smith & Davis: Construc-  tion Contract Workshop  Holiday Inn Secaucus Meadowlands,    300 Plaza Dr., Secaucus, NJ  8:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.   Steven Nudelman, a partner in the firm’s   Litigation Department, will be on the faculty   for a “Construction Contract Workshop.”  The   program, presented by Halfmoon Education.   Mr. Nudelman will lecture at two segments of   this full-day workshop, covering the following   topics: “Understanding Construction Contract   Essentials,” and “Examining Legal Issues and   Contract Disputes.” For information, visit www.     Thurs., January 17, 2019  The Sue Adler Team: Seller Workshop  Summit Free Public Library,    75 Maple St., Summit, NJ   7:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m.   Would you like to learn the best pricing strategy   to get top dollar in today’s market? Would you   like to know more about our local real estate   market trends and the best timing to sell?   Would you find it beneficial to learn exactly   what you need to do to get your home ready   for the market to attract today’s buyer? If you   answered yes to any of these questions, then   come to our Seller Workshop where listings   agents Sue Adler and Laurie Silver Corsello will   demystify the home selling process for you.   Free.  Wed., January 23, 2019   2019 CAI-NJ Board of Directors Meeting  500 Harding Rd., Freehold, NJ  9:30 a.m. - 11:00 a.m.  For information, visit   Wed., January 23, 2019  CAI-Webinar: Keeping Meetings on Track: 7   Simple Strategies for Community Managers   2:00 p.m. - 3:00 p.m.   Community association board meetings,   committee meetings, and even annual general   membership meetings can be successful   by taking simple steps to eliminate chaos   and confusion. In this webinar, you’ll learn   how to keep everyone happy—including   the community association member who   seems to complain about everything—with   seven easy strategies that eliminate tiresome   misunderstandings that plague productivity.   Register today for a crash course on how to   avoid major mistakes that often cause meetings   to go off the rails and into disorder.   For   information, visit  Wed., February 6, 2019  Paving Remediation Webinar  Presented by Kipcon, Inc.  9:30 a.m. - 10:30 a.m.  To request an invite,  The paved roadways and parking lots of your   community can be one of the most expensive   components for replacement. By maintaining   them regularly, the long-term costs can be   reduced by prolonging their lives. In this   webinar, you will learn about both asphalt   maintenance, as well as replacement. It will   also include details about the bidding and   construction process. For information, visit  CAL EN D AR  Jan-Feb  2019  PULSE/CALENDAR  Property Management  FirstService Residential Welcomes Cottage   Gate at Navesink to Management Portfolio  Property management firm FirstService   Residential announced in a press release that   it was recently contracted to provide prop-  erty management services to Cottage Gate at   Navesink, a single-family home development   located in the Atlantic Highlands section of   Middletown.  “Our team is honored to serve as the man-  agement partner for this boutique commu-  nity,” said FirstService Residential Executive   Director  Ted  Gammon.  “Every  detail  of   Cottage Gate has been thoughtfully planned   to accommodate the needs of its residents...  FirstService Residential look\\\[s\\\] forward to   making a marked difference in the commu-  nity.”  Silver Park West Estates HOA Chooses mem   property management   New Jersey-based mem was recently cho-  sen as the new property management compa-  ny for Silver Park West Estates Homeowners   Association in Edgewater Park, the firm said   in a press release.   Silver Park West Estates is a 55+ active   adult community with 111 single-family   homes averaging 1,350 square feet in size,   each with two bedrooms, one or one-and-  a-half bathrooms, and an attached garage.   Residents have access to amenities that   include a swimming pool, tennis courts, and   clubhouse with fitness center. The commu-  nity is a 30-minute drive from Trenton, and   one hour from Atlantic City and Newark   International Airport.   “We are very excited to have been chosen   as the new property management company   for the Silver Park West Estates Homeowners   Association  and  look  forward  to  working   with  an  outstanding  and  highly  engaged   HOA board to support this wonderful active   adult community,” says Martin Laderman,   Founder and CEO of mem.  A&R Midstate Management and Alliance   Property Management Are Now AR   Management Company  A&R Midstate Management LLC,   and Alliance Property Management LLC   announced in a news statement that they   have formed a new alliance that brings   together common values and shared goals   in the AR Management Company. AR   Management Company will serve its clients   out of two offices located in Mount Arlington   and Morristown.   AR  Management’s  leadership  team  is   made up of Joseph Balzamo, Jr., and Karen   Meehan, CMCA. Balzamo is an accountant   and licensed contractor with nearly 25 years   of experience in the property management   industry. He  will serve as chief operating   officer. Meehan began her career in property   management in 1993 before opening A&R   Midstate Management, LLC in 2004, and   will serve as President of AR Management   Company.  “We’re very excited about our new alli-  ance,” said  Balzamo. “This allows us to grow   our business while continuing to provide top   notch service to New Jersey communities. I   look forward to working with the boards and   homeowners of all our communities.”  “The  opportunity  to  work  with  Joe  has   been  great,”  said  Meehan.  “Bringing  our   teams together makes a lot of sense because   we can draw on each other’s experiences and   resources to better serve our communities.”  Chelsea Village Selects Corner Property   Management for Upscale Residences in   Bridgewater Township  Corner Property Management (CPM)   announced that it has been chosen by the   Chelsea Village Condominium Association   to manage Chelsea Village, a luxury residen-  tial community consisting of 15 two-story   buildings containing 133 units. According to   a statement released by CPM, the property   sits on 16.9 acres in Bridgewater Township,   which is part of Somerset County. Residential   units contain two bedrooms with 2-1/2 baths,   plus a wealth of amenities. It’s a short drive   to several schools (Adamsville Elementary,   Bridgewater-Raritan Middle School, and   Bridgewater-Raritan High) plus shopping,   restaurants, and a broad array of local attrac-  tions. The property’s convenient location   means residents are 3.1 miles away from the   Bridgewater Train Station (operated by NJ   Transit), and 10 miles to Route 287.   “We’re incredibly  happy  that we’ve  been   chosen to manage this beautiful property,   which is located in such a fine area,” said Tony   Nardone, President of CPM.  “We’re com-  pletely confident that our firm will not only   meet, but exceed their property management   needs.”  Insurance  Somerset-Based Community Association   Chooses Mackoul Risk Solutions  Effective November 2018,  Mackoul   Risk  Solutions  became  the  insurance  bro-  ker for Colonnade Homes at Quailbrook in   Somerset.  This community association is   made up of 10 townhouse-style homes with   a total of 120 units.    “I look forward to working with Cervelli   Management,  who manages  various build-  ings throughout New Jersey,” says Eric Eggert,   New Business Development Specialist at   Mackoul.    Mackoul Risk Solutions is an insurance   agency in New York City, New Jersey and   Long Island that specializes in co-op and   condominium insurance.  accounting  Kleiman & Weinshank Merges Into Wilkin &   Guttenplan, P.C.  Wilkin & Guttenplan, P.C. (W&G), a   midsized accounting and consulting firm   with offices in New Jersey and New York,   announced that Kleiman & Weinshank, LLP   (K&W), an accounting firm in New York   City, will be merging into W&G to enhance   W&G’s existing New York City practice. The   merger was slated to take effect on October 1,   2018, said W&G in a news statement.   Under the terms of the merger, the New   York City office of K&W will operate under   the W&G name at its current office, located   at 2 Penn Plaza, 5th Floor, New York, New   York 10121.     As a result of the merger, according to   the statement, 15 additional staff members   are being added to the W&G real estate   team. Most notably, Abe Kleiman, CPA and   Michael Esposito, CPA are joining the firm as   shareholders with over 50 years of combined   experience, providing clients with exception-  al quality, responsive service, and in-depth   knowledge of the New York City real estate   market specializing in condominiums and   cooperatives.    While providing a deep technical expertise   in condominium and cooperative taxation,   accounting, and auditing, both firms strive to   become true partners with their clients, said   W&G. By K&W joining W&G, it strengthens   the W&G’s real estate practice and expands   its condominium and cooperative portfolio   to over 1,000 buildings throughout New York   City and New Jersey.   Founded in 1983, Wilkin & Guttenplan   serves closely-held/middle market businesses   and their owners, high-net worth individu-  als, emerging entrepreneurs, the sports and   entertainment industry, technology and   pharma companies, medical/healthcare prac-  tices, and a multitude of real estate entities, as   well as a number of niche markets. The firm   also provides litigation support, business val-  uations, employee benefit plan audits, estate   and trust, and business advisory and consult-  ing services.  Condo News  Fires Hit Condos in Little Ferry and   Woodbridge  A Thanksgiving blaze at a condominium   Industry Pulse  4 THE NEW JERSEY COOPERATOR   —JANUARY 2019  NJCOOPERATOR.COM  continued on page 18

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