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City Council must act to revive means of paying for capital improvements.

Climate Change Time: It’s Five Minutes Till Midnight

Written by William D. McCracken on November 16, 2021

New York City

Co-op and condo boards need to start reducing their carbon footprint.

Co-op and condo boards must grant reasonable accommodations – without violating the fire code.

Virtual Annual Meetings for Co-ops Are Here to Stay

Written by Bill Morris on November 11, 2021

New York City

Governor signs bill that turns pandemic stopgap into permanent fixture.

New guidelines on deferred maintenance, reserve funds and assessments.

Untimely death ends a productive 38-year career on behalf of co-ops.

The Climate Mobilization Act requires a long-range, holistic plan.

Build Back Better bill still faces stern test in the U.S. Senate.

Dear Mary: How Should a Board Act When Under Attack?

Written by Mary Federico on November 05, 2021

New York City

Our advice columnist offers five easy ways to deal with lies and personal attacks.

New Report Offers Ways to Avoid Another Condo Collapse

Written by Bill Morris on November 03, 2021

New York City

Community Associations Institute urges tighter inspections, bigger reserves.

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