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Brattleboro condo association faces unexpected assessment (VT)

“Board after board, year after year” failed to maintain a reserve, according to Eckley. The association’s bylaws state the fund should cover “the total of all deductible amounts under all insurance policies maintained by the association” and there should be

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Stratton stormwater system decision upheld by Supreme Court (VT)

The Supreme Court backed the Environmental Division of the Superior Court in saying a condo association’s failure to appeal a decision on time kept a permit “final and binding.”    Read the article…………

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Mountainside Condominium Association working with state on rebuilding (VT)

The board of the Mountainside Condominium Association has been in mediation with the state of Vermont over the Agency of Natural Resources denial of an Act 250 permit for the association to rebuild the 36 units that burned in Sugarbush

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CAI addresses concerns with senators and representatives

During the August Congress recess, CAI members around the country met with members of the senate and house of representative in their district (local) offices. Each year the August recess is a great opportunity for advocates to schedule in-person meetings

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Stowe Mountain Lodge (VT) lawsuit is settled

A long-simmering class action lawsuit against Stowe Mountain Lodge and Spruce Peak Realty, filed in 2011, alleged the resort was charging condo owners a far greater percentage of the lodge’s overall operating costs than it should have been, and was

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Condo owners notified of no-burn ordinance (VT)

In response to a town effort to increase fire safety, Warren residents are getting a little heated.  This past week, a letter went out to condo owners in Sugarbush Village notifying them of an ordinance that would ban the use

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Killington (VT) Condo Complex Destroyed In Fire

A timeshare complex comprised of 16 condominiums went up in flames last Friday night and into Saturday morning.  Firefighters were called around midnight to a fire on Innsbruck Lane on Friday and stayed until around 10:30 the next morning, Killington

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Fire ravages condo complex (VT)

No one was hurt in a fire that destroyed at least half of a 16-unit timeshare condominium complex early Saturday.   Read more……….

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Condo Owners File Lawsuit Against Developers (VT)

People in St. Albans are living in what they call a nightmare. The foundation of the Southbrook Condominiums is shifting, causing major cracks in the floor and walls.   The Southbrook Condo Association is suing the developer of their condominiums, Harrison

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The 2014 Legislative Agenda in New England

The old saying that the only sure things in life are death and taxes leaves out a third certainty: legislation. Across New England each year, thousands of bills get filed in state legislatures, many of them as mundane as the

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Fire-ravaged condos lacked latest safety equipment (VT)

The official cause of Monday’s blaze is still under investigation, but sources tell WCAX News it was likely a wood burning stove. Kopf, who works as a ski instructor and owns a similar unit next door, says most of his

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Stowe (VT) settles lawsuit with condo owners

Stowe Mountain Resort said Thursday it has reached an agreement with 40 condominium owners at the resort that is expected to lower homeowner association and service fees by as much as 26 percent for new and existing owners.    Read

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Canine conundrum riles Ashford Lane (VT)

The Ashford Lane Homeowners Association is on a mission to bring man’s best friend to their neighborhood. A handful of homeowners appeared before the four-member District 5 Environmental Commission on Monday for a site visit and public hearing to consider

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Body of woman found at fire scene in South Burlington (VT)

The body of a 53-year-old woman was found following a condominium fire off Spear Street, South Burlington police said.   Read more…….

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