New neighbours will give out a lot of information when they need to be registered on the intercom system. We have a Mircom system that calls through to the residents’ phones.
We do a quick orientation with the new resident at the intercom location, and fill in the other data we want, just from II conversation: emergency contacts, car licenses, parking stalls, number at work and name of employer, names of other people living in the unit, etc.
A board volunteer maintains the database, and sends a copy of each update to the Condominium Manager. We’ve done this a long time. Our records stay accurate, and I can’t remember if anyone has ever objected to this sneaky ploy.
Gus V on May 28 2018 at 01:55 PM