After more than a year long process, the Chapel Trail Owners Association has finally renewed it’s bulk agreement with Comcast. In this article, we will explore the benefits of the new contract, including the new tiers of service, the new equipment package, and the eventual upgrade to fiber optic technology.
EFFECTIVE JANUARY 1, 2022 Eastern Waste Systems, Inc. (EWS) will be performing the Bulk and Yard Waste Collection Services in the City of Pembroke Pines. There will be a limit of 10 cubic yards of bulk and yard waste per collection, per residential unit. RULES AND REGULATIONS FOR COLLECTION There will be NO changes to the current collection …
In this last part of my blog series on the Comcast / Xfinity Bulk Agreement, I’ll talk about how to get the most value out of an already great deal. When speaking with my neighbors, I often realize that most homeowners don’t realize how much value is there, or if they do, how best to use it. This article will try to help you maximize the value of the Chapel Trail / Comcast Bulk Contract.
The Comcast / Xfinity Bulk Agreement with Chapel Trail was one of the most divisive decisions the Chapel Trail HOA Board has made in its history. It just so happened that when I first moved to Chapel Trail, the CTOA Board at the time was deliberating over whether to renew the current TV only bulk agreement, eliminate it altogether, or expand it to include Internet service, as our reliance upon it had grown exponentially since the last agreement had been signed.