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How to Get Community Business Done Faster & Easier
Part 7 of 7

This article is the final part of a series that I wrote for the Community Associations Institute—Connecticut Chapter.

The majority of condominiums and co-ops in Lower Fairfield County were constructed in the early-tomid-1980s. Many of the property system components are reaching the end of their useful lives.

Association boards who are in charge of running the property are left with a tough decision: “Do we fix the costly   problems or wait until our term in office is over?”

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