First-Person Narrative: Slimed and Slandered When Running for the Board

I’ve written about co-op and condo board matters for a dozen years. I served two years on a co-op board on the Upper West Side, and recently spent a year as board vice president at my current condo — which, for reasons that will be clear, I’m choosing not to identify and ask readers not to look up, since the specific place isn’t important.   Read More……


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