Trash and Recycling pick up is on Wednesday of each week, unless a Holiday falls on Monday, then adjust for one day later.  For more details visit the Priority Waste & Recycling information below.

Trash service is provided by Priority Waste. Questions? Call: 586.228.1200 or visit prioritywaste.com. For more details click here >>>

Are you interested in volunteering to help support the community?

Schultz Estates Condo Association II is looking for people who are interested in volunteering to work with the association board to improve our community. Volunteering is a great way to help improve the community and help lower association costs. Simple things like helping to clean up common areas, decorating during holidays and helping with maintaining landscaping can help keep our community beautiful and reduce costs.

To volunteer simply fill out the form at the bottom of this page. We are looking for people to join the following new committees that the board would like to start: Landscaping Committee, Decorations Committee, Events Committee, Clean Up Committee and Neighborhood Watch Committee. Each committee will be assigned a board member to work with the committee to define it goals and tasks.

Lets all work together to make our association a place where we all can have a safe and pleasant environment to live in and call home.

Thank you,
The Schultz Estates II Board

Dear New Owner,

By way of introduction, Association Management, Inc. is the managing agent for the Schultz Estates II Condominium Association. We welcome you to your new home and are here to serve you should the need arise. As you become settled, you may have questions regarding the care and maintenance of the community. We recommend first that each resident read and understand the governing documents for the Association. You should have received these documents, known as the Master Deed and Bylaws at your closing.  These documents contain most of the information necessary to define responsibilities, guidelines and procedures pertaining to all aspects of your home and the surrounding community. Please take time to review these, as they are most helpful in understanding the condominium concept of living you now enjoy.

Questions you may have regarding the maintenance of the common areas, maintenance to the exterior of your unit, or inquiries regarding your account status should be directed to AMI at 586-739-6001 during regular business hours, 9:00 AM to 4:30 PM Monday thru Friday. The phone line for AMI is also monitored after hours by a “live” answering service to handle emergency or off-hours calls.  Work order request forms are available on-line at our website:  www.amicondos.com or work order request can be emailed to [email protected]. Please note: Prior to completing a request for service, refer to the enclosed responsibilities list to determine if your request is for an item that is defined by your governing documents as Association responsibility.

Your monthly assessment payments to the Association are due on the 1st of each month. Payments postmarked after the 5th will be assessed a service fee of 10% of monthly dues. Make checks payable to Schultz Estates II and include it with the monthly coupon statement.  AMI offers the option of having your monthly assessment payments automatically deducted directly from your bank account through our online portal. Enclosed is a letter detailing our payment options.

If you have any questions regarding your monthly association fee, for example, if your payment has been received, current balance on your account or dispute of a balance, you may contact the Accounting Department through e-mail. Please feel free to place all of your accounting questions and concerns in writing by e-mailing us at: [email protected].

Association Management has been involved in the management of successful multi-family communities for over 35 years.  I believe you will find our office personnel courteous and responsive to any questions you may have concerning the management of Schultz Estates II.  If you would like more information about our company, or if we can be of any assistance to you with regard to your Association, please do not hesitate to call as we are looking forward to making your community living experience at Schultz Estates II enjoyable and rewarding.


Amy Davis
Community Manager
Schultz Estates II Condominium Association




The Schultz Estates II Board consists of 5 members, which are listed below:

Current Board Members:
Joanne Larue – President
Gina Austin – Vice President
Jose Ramos – Secretary
Wendy Callanan – Treasurer
Bert Copple – Board Member

Newsletters: Fall 2023 Spring 2023 | Fall 2022 | Spring 2022

Insurance Agency

Maris Brown Insurance Group
1055 E South Blvd, Ste. 140
Rochester Hills, MI 48307
(248) 257-5556

For a master policy insurance certificate requested by your mortgage company, please email [email protected] directly and provide a copy of the written request form your mortgage company.

For more information on what is covered by the Association’s insurance, please review the insurance section of the Schultz Estates II Governing Documents.

By Pgriffis on Wednesday, March 8, 2023

The Schultz Estates Condo Association II Board would like to make our residents aware of some of the programs offered to residents living in the Chippewa Valley School District. The school district offers programs for both kids and adults. The programs range from early child education, to swimming classes, reading programs, school age child care and adult & community education. To check out and register for Chippewa Valley Schools Community Education programs take a look at their registration website: https://chippewavalleyschools.ce.eleyo.com/.


The Schultz Estates Condo Association II Board would like to make our older residents aware of some of the programs offered to Macomb County senior residents. The Meals on Wheels program information can be found below along with a link to the Macomb County Meals on Wheels website. If you have neighbors who are not regular computer users and could benefit from this free program please pass on the information below. Also the site has information if you are interested in volunteering with Meals on Wheels.

The Meals on Wheels is designed for older adults who are home-bound and unable to prepare meals for themselves. Through the program, a volunteer delivers a meal directly to the seniors’ door. Hot meals are locally prepared fresh on a daily basis and meet the recommended dietary guidelines.


  • The person must be at least 60 years of age or be the spouse of a person at least 60 years of age.
  • A Macomb County resident.
  • The individual must be home-bound (unable to leave their home without assistance).
  • The individual must be physically or emotionally unable to obtain food or prepare full meals.
  • Eligibility for this program is not based on income.

A $3.50 contribution is suggested for each meal. All donations go directly back into the program to help provide meals.

Please call the Office of Senior Services if interested in applying for this program.

If a senior is not eligible for Meals on Wheels, he or she can have a hot lunchtime meal at a Dining Senior Style site. These sites serve meals at various locations throughout Macomb County. A list is available at the bottom of this page.


The Schultz Estates Condo Association II Board would like to make our older residents aware of some of the programs offered to Macomb County senior residents. The Handy Helpers program information can be found below along with a link to the Macomb County Handy Helpers website. If you have neighbors who are not regular computer users and could benefit from this free program please pass on the information below.

Handy Helpers Website Link

The Handy Helper Program provides seniors assistance with household maintenance tasks.

This includes:

  • Replacing light bulbs
  • Replacing door locks and window catches
  • Replacing faucet washers or faucets
  • Installing screens and storm windows
  • Installing weather stripping around doors
  • Caulking windows
  • Repairing furniture
  • Installing window shades and curtain rods
  • Heavy-duty cleaning, limited to:
    • cleaning appliances
    • cleaning carpets and rugs
    • scrubbing floors
    • washing walls
    • cleaning interior windows (that do not require a ladder to reach)
  • Pest control – general (does not include bed bugs)
  • Pest control – rodent (rats and mice)
  • Installing safety devices – to increase home safety for seniors with memory issues

Seasonal services available include:

  • Spring yard clean up:
    • washing exterior windows
    • leaf raking
    • cleaning flowers beds
    • trimming overhanging tree branches (that can be reached safely from the ground)
  • Fall yard clean up:
    • washing exterior windows
    • leaf raking

Availability of seasonal services are weather dependent.

  • Spring yard clean up will be available April – September
  • Fall yard clean up will be available October – December

Seasonal services utilize volunteer assistance; service will be dependent on volunteer availability.

Application for service must be returned to complete request for service.


  • The person must be at least 60 years of age
  • A Macomb County resident

Call the Office of Senior Services to request assistance.

(586) 469-5228

Donations Welcome! Checks can be made out to “Office of Senior Services” and notate “Handy Helpers” on the memo line. Send checks to: 21885 Dunham Rd., Suite 6, Clinton Township, MI 48036.

Many residents have questions about the AMI Work Order process. How do they determine what is covered, what work orders are assigned to a service contractor and what work orders are assigned to our association maintenance department, Dan. The following process description covers the hows and whys of the work order process. If you have any questions about this process please use the contact information for AMI listed in the process below.

New Maintenance Requests

When a homeowner places a maintenance request, the Mgmt. Co refers to the Board-approved service protocol.  In accordance with that service protocol, the Mgmt. Co responds in one of three ways.

  • The Mgmt. Co assigns a vendor to the work scope.
  • The Mgmt. Co creates a service request (not assigned to a vendor) for consideration when the Association next performs a larger project that includes the requested work scope.
  • The Mgmt. Co declines the maintenance request and provides its basis for that decision.

The Mgmt. Co & vendors use the master deed to determine the appropriate response to all maintenance requests. When a Homeowner cannot reconcile their expressed position with the Mgmt. Co, they may request an escalation to the Association’s Board of Directors who will either affirm or amend the expressed position of the Mgmt. Co. To request an escalation to the Association’s Board of Directors, a homeowner emails:

The Mgmt. Co forwards the homeowner request to the Association’s Board of Directors who vote on how to respond to the homeowner’s request.  The Mgmt. Co shares the Board of Directors’ decision and with the homeowner and executes in accordance with that Board decision.

Maintenance Follow Up Requests

Homeowners who are dissatisfied with the work scope the Association performs on their unit may request a follow up review by emailing [email protected] and detailing the specific action(s) they are seeking from the Association to resolve the maintenance request.  The Board relies on the Mgmt. Co to be mindful of the Association’s financial capacity when it addresses homeowner-reported maintenance matters.  The Mgmt. Co directs vendors to keep non-urgent work scopes below the amount authorized by the Board.  When an initial work scope fails to resolve the issue, and a homeowner reports the matter is unresolved, the assigned vendor will return either on a warranty basis or with the approval to perform a supplemental work scope.

Please call Priority Waste for trash/recycling questions, large item pick-up, arrange renovation disposal, etc.
Priority Waste:  586.228.1200

Trash must be securely contained in plastic bags. Place breakables in heavy paper bags or other containers to prevent shattering and cutting through the plastic bag. Flatten Boxes so that they take up less space. Do not leave garbage, furniture, or appliances on top or next to the dumpster, they will not be picked up.

Co-owners that may have large items to be discarded can use the Maintenance yard on Beverly. This area is not for rehab or construction materials. Please get your own dumpster for these items. Approval is required if getting your own dumpster.

Documents & Forms

Your Board of Directors in conjunction with AMI have implemented the following parking/towing rules.

Signage has been posted at the following entrances Greenfield, 19 Mile, Garfield and Edloydtom at Beverly Way.

Any vehicle parked 24 hours or more on our streets will have a violation parking sticker placed on it. The next time it will be towed at your expense.

Any vehicle that is parked in visitors for 24 or more hours without being moved will also be in violation and receive a sticker. The next time it will be towed at your expense.

Any vehicle that is unlicensed in our visitors parking or unlicensed on the street for 24 hours or more will receive a sticker and the next time it will be towed at your expense.

Legally all we need do is post the signs and that has been completed as of June 2, 2022.

This is intended to keep our roads clear for emergency vehicles and to prevent our parking areas from being abused. Your adherence to these rules is appreciated. It has become necessary to take these measures due to habitual offenders.

Have a question or suggestion?

Send us a message – we’re here to help.

Association Management, Inc. (AMI)
OFFICE HOURS: Mon – Fri: 9am – 4:30pm
Amy Davis ([email protected])
Amy Rowley ([email protected])
Maintenance ([email protected])

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