The board of my coop decided a couple of years ago to purchase radiator labs cozy covers on radiators. It was presented as a way of allegedly meeting nyc law 97, enacted in 2019 to set energy efficiency and emissions. But the cozy covers donot have any effect on emissions because the emissions come from the building boiler. At first, it was not mandatory but within the last month, the board approved a resolution to make it required for all shareholders. In a recent letter,left on all of our doors, the board has the right to withhold the resales,sublets and register of anyone who doesn't get the covers by July 1,2022. My question is under what law does this board have the right to impose any of these "pumishments" if one doesn't install the covers? I have been a shareholder since 1982 and never faced these types of bullying tactics.Join the Conversation Comments (1)
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