Condo owners, residents reach fee hike settlement

After months of legal battles surrounding a maintenance fee hike at the Parkchester South Condominiums, the board and residents have reached a settlement.  In February 2016, the building managers raised the monthly maintenance fee nearly 16 percent to help with building repairs. That meant roughly $80 to $120 dollars a month per unit over a two-year period.  Since then, state Assemblyman Luis Sepulveda and state Sen. Ruben Diaz have been fighting on residents’ behalf, filing a lawsuit against the Parkchester South Condominiums and the board in March.    Read the article……………

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