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Distraught shareholders unlikely to get rid of a neighbor's unruly support dog.

A problem that could have lingered for a year was solved in seven weeks.

A sick couple gets love and support from their co-op neighbors and staff.

Co-op board installs new sensors and replaces old underground pipes.

For co-op and condo boards, deferred maintenance is no longer an option.

Rooftop turbines will be more efficient than solar panels.

This co-op borrowed the right amount and got a line of credit for a rainy day.

Unauthorized Amazon Key for Business boxes discovered inside intercoms.

Co-op boards now have to give the reason why a prospective buyer was rejected.

Co-op boards will have to give reasons for rejecting purchase applications.

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