Flap over Woodbury Junction homeowners association dues (NY)

Frustrated residents of the partly built Woodbury Junction development now have a new state law to address one longstanding concern: their inability to get either the original developer or the one who took over the 451-home project to detail where their homeowners association dues had gone.  Under a bill sponsored by their assemblyman, Woodbury Democrat James Skoufis, and signed last month by Gov. Andrew Cuomo, homeowners associations must now turn over invoices, bank statements and other financial records involving dues when a resident asks for them.   Read the article…………..

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