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Operating and capital budgets must be realistic.

Should Board Meetings Be Open, Closed – or a Bit of Both?

Written by Kathryn Farrell on October 09, 2018

New York City

In their quest for openness, boards must weigh privacy concerns.

Once the scaffolding is up, do as much work as possible.

Service to resume for more than 1,000 National Grid customers.

Co-op and Condo Boards Must Pay Overtime to Live-In Supers

Written by Emanuela Lupu-Ferrante and Jack Malley on October 15, 2019

New York City

U.S. Department of Labor seeks to clarify confusion on staff pay.

Move the meeting to a house of worship to cut down on deviltry.

All of us at the Habitat Group wish you a safe, happy, and restful holiday.

Property manager sees indecision as an enemy in fast-changing times.

Inspecting the water is just the beginning of a board's worries.

Get the right professionals together to keep commercial space rented.

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