Serve on the Board – or Pay Up

Here’s a novel way to fill those unfillable vacancies on a co-op board.  Many co-ops struggle mightily to find people willing to take on the thankless job of board service. That’s not surprising. The job comes with some to-die-for perks, including long hours, endless meetings, heavy fiduciary responsibilities, late-night phone calls from angry neighbors and, best of all, a paycheck that’s full of zeroes.     Read the article……………


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