Classic Residency, a residential condominium in Rajnagar Extension, have formed a new Apartment Owners Association (AOA) through an election held on Sunday in the society.
The elections were held for ten posts and the results were announced on Monday. This will be the society’s third elected AOA since 2017 when the first board of management was formed.
Speaking to City Spidey on the vision of the new AOA, the elected team said that many issues are on their watch which they would work upon once they receive formal handover of charge.
“Overhauling the security services is our top priority,” said Pawan Tyagi, president elect of the newly formed AOA.
“There are many lapses in the security area,” added Ravish Saini who has been selected as secretary of the AOA. “We would increase the coverage area of electronic surveillance which right now is only limited to common areas. The aim is to bring all the floors and basement under the purview of CCTV.”
Another aspect to work upon is the maintenance of the infrastructure, Saini said. “The society building and common areas need to be repainted. We would start renovation work as soon as possible,” he added.
Saini also said that the housekeeping department of the society needs much improvement. “Housekeeping staff is being negligent in their work. Though there is not much we can do as the maintenance of the society is still looked after by the builder, yet we can try our best to monitor them,” Saini added.
“We also aim to take handover of the society maintenance from the builder in our tenure,” Saini added. The society has 920 flats and about 1,800 residents currently live here.
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