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Public Advocate Jumaane Williams is leading the latest assault on a cherished co-op board power.

Bill Seeks to Push Local Law 97 Fines Back by 7 Years

Written by Bill Morris on February 09, 2023

New York City

Council member Vickie Paladino explains her opposition to “drastic” law.

Braverman Greenspun is latest to acquire a smaller firm.

Despite anxiety of co-op and condo boards, 2022 saw a sharp drop in passage of green bills.

Today is the last day to opt for early morning set-out of garbage and recycling.

Amid the gloom, there's good news for co-op and condo buyers in New York City.

Manager and advocate was on the cutting edge trying to save energy and money.

REBNY Estimates Potential Fines Under Local Law 97

Written by Bill Morris on January 26, 2023

New York City

Co-ops and condos that don’t add retrofits could get swamped by penalties.

Two buildings required two very different solutions to the same problem.

Some say due diligence of financials, reserve fund and capital plan is enough.

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