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Volunteer Labor

 

Save money.  Build community.  Use volunteers. But consider the risks and shortcomings first.

A kindly retired neighbor crafted a small wood shelter for the children who shivered in the Colorado elements as they waiting for the school bus each morning.  A grateful association board thought it would be a good idea to make sure the man was insured in case something went wrong.  The insurance agent said, “Whoa.”

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NJ: Contract dispute leads to lockout

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

A total of 17 employees at the Carlyle Towers went on strike Nov. 22 after their union filed federal labor practice charges against the luxury condominium’s management. Of the striking workers were doormen, porters and maintenance staff.
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