Peloton plots, paramours and other problems as buildings reopen

Tuesday, June 23, 2020

Leni Cummins discusses what measures condominium and coop boards should take in preparation for the potential second wave of the coronavirus in The Real Deal. Although condos and coops throughout New York City are confronted challenges stemming from COVID-19 restrictions slowly lifting, boards should institute rules and bylaws now to protect the building and its residents should future outbreaks occur. Some preparations Leni suggests include allowing boards to pass rules without a vote in order to comply with government orders and amending bylaws allowing boards to fine residents.

“We’ve seen a lot of residents basically just turn a nose up at the board’s regulations,” Leni said. “Mask wearing has been the No. 1 issue.”

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