Does Your Pet Policy Have Enough Bite?
While many co-op boards struggle to ban bogus “support pets,” there’s a co-op in East Harlem with such a liberal pet policy that dogs of any size or breed are allowed. When a subletter acquired a pit bull, residents started complaining that the dog whines and pounds the floor. One said she is terrified of the breed and calls the board almost daily for the dog to be removed. What’s a co-op board to do? Read the article…………………
A new HOA Board member’s effectiveness directly relates to your onboarding techniques. It’s much more than an introduction and welcome.
How to start building a valuable brand for your community association? Part II of our Branding Series!
My last blog discussed why you should start considering your community’s brand and how you are viewed in the marketplace
Planning for Wildfire in the Wildland-Urban Interface, Part 3: Defining the Wildland-Urban Interface, and Why It Matters
The “wildland-urban interface” is a term commonly used but seldom precisely understood. There is good reason for that: the meaning