State (NY): Homeowner’s association probably discriminated against black resident

The state Division of Human Rights has found that a homeowner’s association probably discriminated against a black female resident, according to a Sept. 17 determination.  The agency says its investigation reveals “probable cause” to support evidence of Linda Abraham’s 2014 claim that she was discriminated against by the homeowners association of Patio Homes – the Kiamesha Shores Property Owners Association. The case will now go before an administrative law judge.    Read the article………..


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