Water Torture Ends, Temporarily, for Co-ops and Condos (NY)

A Manhattan judge has temporarily blocked the city Water Board from raising rates and giving preferential treatment to owners of one-, two-, and three-family homes, while penalizing co-ops and condominiums, the Daily News reports.   Read the article………….


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