Putting the “Meet” in a Condo Board’s Annual Meeting

/ Owner - May 17, 2019

Today we offer a case study of what happens when factions fight over control of a condo board. It is not pretty.  Golf View is a condominium on Staten Island made up of 61 homes. In early 2017, two members of its seven-person board of managers resigned. The bylaws of the condo allowed the board to fill vacancies between annual elections. A special board meeting was called and held on November 1, 2017, at which the then-secretary of the board, Jason Trazoff, was elected president, and the two vacant positions were filled, one by Harlene Factor.  Read the article………………………..

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