Condo board battle: String of disputes raises questions about elected directors

On a muggy evening last summer, unit owners from the Five Condos tower in downtown Toronto gathered at the InterContinental Hotel for the meeting that would elect from among them five directors to oversee over their new building’s $2.5-million budget.  Three of the elected candidates, Darryl McGregor, Ray Blanchard and George Laczko, sat separately, not acknowledging that they knew one another. They in fact represented the same unit, No. 1306.  “They never said, ‘We’re three hombres together running as a team to take the majority.’ They didn’t act like they knew each other. They didn’t announce which apartment they owned,” a defeated candidate, the retired brewing executive Richard Scully, recalled.     Read the article…………


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