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How do LEDs Compare to CFLs?

Light-emitting-diode (LED) technology is advancing rapidly and has become a viable option for some specific applications in institutional and commercial buildings. Maintenance and engineering managers also are considering LEDs for installation in exterior applications and in parking garages.

What has changed? In the past few years, the color quality, efficiency, and reliability of LEDs have improved significantly. Managers now have viable options for specifying LEDs, but they need to beware of poor-quality products on the market.

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NY: Towers Built for Poor Hear the Call of the Condo

News items of national interest regarding Condominium and Homeowner associations, compiled by the Community Associations Network

For generations of space-starved New Yorkers, Cobble Hill Towers has been an affordable oasis. More than 130 years ago, its architect, Alfred Tredway White, designed its nine low-rise, red-brick buildings to demonstrate that housing for the poor could be both humane and economically feasible.
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‘Parking’ What’s the big deal?

There’s been a lot of talk about parking on the streets lately, so what’s the big deal? Imagine someone has broken into your home, you’re afraid, alone, and waiting for the police to arrive. Tonight, EVERYONE has decided to park their vehicles on the street, not only on your side of the street, but both sides of the street. The police are coming but it takes them a few more minutes to get to your home because they have to navigate around the cars.

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Custom HOA Handbooks

Custom HOA Handbooks

bindersHow many times have you wished for a “how to guide” when it comes to navigating the waters of your community management? Wouldn’t such a book be helpful in initiating new members to the community guidelines and...

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