Well, here are some suggestions, particularly as Woodward is quoted as saying, "We pride ourselves on being open to suggestions and following up on solutions."
Dog policy: A moratorium on new dogs. New tenants have to sign a statement that they will not be acquiring a dog under penalty of eviction. Public Safety extends its watchful dog-rule eye from the Oval Fountain to other parts of the property.
Illegal hotels: Just follow the listings (and the TA Facebook page).
Ever-growing population of students: Don't rent to hordes of students! Also make sure you follow the law and do not allow three unrelated people to live in one apartment.
A red flag was raised in another part of the article, however....
"Woodward also said that while on a recent stroll through the complex with management staffers, the conversation turned to recreation 'and what activities tenants might like to see.'"
Stop it with the "activities"!!! Everything is fine without imposed-on activities. Tenants have playgrounds, the Oval where they can relax, etc. Don't push things to the ridiculous level. Don't ruin the park (Oval)!
UPDATE (very interesting link posted on the TA Facebook page):
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UNDER COVER OF DARKNESS, STUY TOWN REMOVES CABBAGE PATCH KIDS AND REPLACES THEM WITH ARUGULA PLANTS.
Sad to say, the Cabbage Patch Kids at Cafe Kubrick's Grand Canyon have been removed by swarthy Italians in the dead of night and were replaced, early morning, with arugula plants. A spokesman for CWCaptial did try to mitigate the disappointment by promising a full line of cabbages (minus the Patch Kids) in the Fall, when the weather gets colder.
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And speaking of Cafe Kubrick.... If you passed by the cafe this morning, you may have spotted three splotches of dog turd right in front of the cafe.
The turds were removed later. I wouldn't order anything chocolatey in Cafe Kubrick for a few days.