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The Rules Keep Changing for Co-op and Condo Boards

Written by William D. McCracken on January 18, 2022

New York City

Get ready for even more new laws and rules in the coming months.

The Habitat Group wishes you a safe and celebratory Martin Luther King Day.

Boards must weigh payroll cost increase against tax benefits for residents.

Queens condo decides to invest in an array of solar panels.

Mayor Eric Adams inherits a hot potato from Bill de Blasio.

Despite the wave of omicron infections, fourth quarter sales soared. 

Many co-op and condo residents are facing hard choices – again.

Co-op and condo boards need to start planning now to meet emission caps.

Gov. Hochul signs long-awaited bill that unties the hands of co-op boards.

Most workers in co-ops and condos are covered by the looming mandate.

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