We’re only human, doing our best to live by best practices as the coronavirus pandemic wears on. New York has done a good job to flatten the curve and many of us are wearing masks but disciplined behavior is sometimes hard to maintain and nowhere is this more apparent than in condos and co-ops.
You’ll see a building maintenance worker with a face mask draped low around his neck, a gaggle of neighbors socializing in a building lobby, a crew of home remodelers troop in and out of a unit being renovated.
Hard as it may be to keep up the fight and police lax behavior, condominium and co-operative boards must remain steadfast in enforcing public health and safety rules.
Read our full discussion of this issue at https://rcbizjournal.com/2020/09/02/condo-and-coop-owners-must-enforce-rules-to-keep-buildings-covid-safe/
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