When Boards Need to Act Like a Chameleon

Sometimes, co-op boards and their property managers need to be as adaptable as a chameleon. This came home during a recent oil-to-gas boiler conversion project, when the city changed the rules in the middle of the game – and the co-op board was forced, against its will, to adapt.  The story began to unfold about two years ago, when the board decided to kick the oil habit and convert to natural gas heat. Plans were drawn up, bids were sent out, and a contractor was hired.   Read the article…………..


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