Danville contractor Garry Secrest on Monday filed an answer in a lawsuit alleging that a Berkeley senior housing co-op paid him over $200,000 for defective work.
An attack on this blog was one of the highlights of a court hearing today in a lawsuit involving Berkeley Town House, a senior cooperative residence.
News from my civil suit against Berkeley Town House Cooperative Corporation and 8 individual defendants. Details of a proposed settlement have been made public.
Governor Brown, after receiving my supportive letter, signed Senate Bill 563 this month. Some of my neighbors were livid, suggesting they might sue me for the letter.
Berkeley Town House’s attorney recommends all directors of housing communities avoid using email. I answer no thanks.
Condominium associations and housing cooperatives often hire managers. One of the larger managers specializing in this market is RealManage. It’s the manager of the cooperative where I live. I review RealManage, detailing some real strengths and some real weaknesses.
An anonymous warning has been circulating about an anonymous “scorpion” living among the members of a Berkeley housing cooperative. Curiously, the cooperative’s Board of Directors has given this circular its stamp of approval by officially posting it without comment. The rhetoric bears some resemblance to pre-genocide propaganda, but it would be premature to believe that mass murder is being planned.
The Berkeley Town House board of directors has begun censoring meetings organized by residents of this housing cooperative. If the board dislikes the proposed event (or the person asking), it denies use of the common spaces. No reasons given.