Don’t Let Your Co-op Become a Pigeon Coop (NY)

Boards need to be take firm steps to combat rats with wings.  Sane New Yorkers regard them as rats with wings, and they make use of the many tools to combat pigeons on their property. But things get complicated when a neighboring property owner doesn’t care that pigeons are emitting toxic piles of excrement in a shared space between buildings.     Read the article……………


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