An Election Handbook Designed to Dispel Distrust (NY)

“Nobody will walk out of that meeting feeling the system is unfair.”  A few years ago, Cody Masino, vice president of David Associates Real Estate Management, started noticing two startling trends in the co-ops and condos he manages. First, the demographics in the buildings were changing, as younger, tech-savvy buyers moved in, bringing high expectations (and sometimes fat wallets) with them. And second, even some of the savviest of those buyers were clueless about how board elections work.     Read the article……………….

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