Aging at the condominium association

If we’re lucky, we get old. If we’re really lucky we get old and stay healthy. Unfortunately, most of us are not that lucky. And it is when your association faces issues of the elderly living amongst them that the true test of whether you live in a community association or a loose confederation of homes presents itself    Read the article…………


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