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  • 12.17.14 A Woonsocket, RI, condominium was deemed unsafe one week before Christmas, forcing families out of their homes. The River Haven Condominium is empty and residents are no longer allowed inside, with a sign on the door citing unsafe conditions. River Haven was built along Peters River in Woonsocket 11 years ago, complete with a fence and a retaining wall to keep rain storms from impacting the structure. [WPRI.com] Read More
  • 12.04.14 Now that impact numbers in the Worcester, MA, tax classification report have been corrected, there may be a lot more common ground and far less division between residential and business property owners when it comes to setting this fiscal year's tax rates. That's because the size of potential tax increases for condominium and multifamily homeowners will not be as great as originally feared, based on revised numbers prepared by the city assessor's office. [Worcester Telegram} Read More
  • 11.30.14 The internationally acclaimed architectural firm that designed the luxury Stonington Commons project in the Connecticut borough has been ordered to pay the project's developers more than $5 million for designing windows and doors that leak. Read More
  • 11.25.14 Should an arthritic woman get special treatment when it comes to a condominium association’s snow-removal policy? Lata Vasandani of the Northwest Side of Columbus, Ohio, argued in a federal lawsuit that she should. [Columbus Dispatch] Read More
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