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Water rates could jump by 4.9% this summer, biggest hike in nearly a decade.

Co-ops and condos must pay prevailing wages in order to get property tax abatement 

Presidents Co-op and Condo Council leaders try to block "draconian" climate law. 

Clean Energy Update will help co-op and condo boards cut their buildings' carbon emissions.

Co-op and condo boards anxiously await final rules on complying with new law.

City Council hearing gives boards — and others — a chance to voice concerns.

Professionals Advise, but Co-op and Condo Boards Decide

Written by William D. McCracken on May 17, 2022

New York City

Hire the right professionals — then listen to them critically.

The price pressure is coming from many sources, and it won't relent anytime soon.

Try to get maximum reduction of carbon emissions for every dollar spent.

Holistic approach includes doorman station, package delivery and HVAC.

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