Using Volunteers for Snow Removal Is Never a Good Idea

With budgets being finalized and the winter season approaching, association boards are again faced with the significant and sometimes unanticipated expenses associated with snow removal. In an effort to reduce these expenses, an unwise board may consider using volunteers to perform snow removal tasks around the property, such as shoveling or snow plowing sidewalks and driveways.   Read the article………….


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