Condo complex penalized over ‘no pets’ policy (NY)

The NYC Commission on Human Rights recently won its case in defense of a resident of Parkchester South Condominiums who was threatened with eviction over her service dog.  Michelle Berrios, a nurse practitioner who has lived in her condo for nearly 30 years, started butting heads with management in March 2015 over its ‘no pets’ policy.  A Parkchester security guard wrote her a ticket for owning a toy poodle named Brownie, according to a CHR news release.     Read the article…………….


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