Fighting Apathy #6: Protecting Board Powers in a Condo Association

One of the themes I reiterate is that being in a Condo Association is about compromise and knowing when to back down. But I also have mentioned that there are times where you need to lay down on the tracks. Today’s Fighting Apathy will tell you when that’s OK and the right thing to do so that you are protecting Board Powers in a Condo Association.     Read the article………….


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