A Calamity That Produced Cohesion

After getting battered by Hurricane Sandy, a Long Island co-op came together.  Fred Brand wasn’t there at the start, but he’ll certainly be there at the finish.  As board president (and now vice president) of the 160-unit Town N Harbor co-op in Freeport, Long Island, Brand has been heavily involved in a major project over the last three years, made necessary after Hurricane Sandy struck in October 2012    Read the article……………….


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