A Queens (NY) Co-op Tries to Regroup After Board Politics Get Personal

Last week, we presented the continuing saga at Sherwood Village, a Queens co-op where a board found itself evenly split among eight directors. We left off with one half of the board, led by Jonas Winograd, suddenly finding itself in the advantage: one of the board directors who’d resigned took back her resignation, siding with Winograd and his supporters. With a five-to-four majority, this group declared Winograd the new president, replacing Olga Desrosiers. But Olga Desrosiers did not go quietly.  Read the article………..


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