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Boards need to be take firm steps to combat rats with wings.

New Yorkers want to remove the T-word from their buildings.

Heat-Balancing Act at the Normandy

Written by Bill Morris on October 07, 2016

Upper West Side

Once too hot or too cold, an Art Deco co-op is now just right.

Importance of Local Law 11 repairs highlighted by criminal charges.

A co-op learns that it’s possible to reform hoarders without going to court.

A Doorman Becomes a Life Saver

Written by Bill Morris on August 19, 2016

Upper West Side

Doorman honored for thwarting suicide attempt on George Washington Bridge.

The times call for pre-emptive diplomacy from co-op and condo boards.

Probation, not jail, for engineer who faked fatal building inspection report.

Appeals court rules that unit-owners are not responsible in a personal injury lawsuit.

Having a stake in the building might be the best criterion for board service.

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