Taking It to the Streets: Dealing With Conflicts Outside Your Condo or Co-op (NY)

The day-to-day operation of a residential condo or co-op can certainly be a handful for its board of trusted volunteers. But not to add insult to injury, communal living doesn’t happen in a vacuum, and there are likely to be outside activities that may directly or indirectly bear on an association. Whether it’s a rambunctious new watering hole, burdensome construction, or an eyesore obliterating the once pristine horizon, boards occasionally need to combat external factors in order to preserve the internal character of their associations, properties and neighborhoods.    Read the article…………


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