Here is my attorney’s answer to yesterday’s letter threatening to call the police on my guests at Berkeley Town House. Also, a document from 2 years ago in which the BTH board admitted that it was banning meetings based on their content.
I have organized a forum on civil liberties in co-ops, condos, and cohousing, to take place at the co-op where I live, Berkeley Town House. But the co-op’s manager and attorney have decided to stop it, with police force if necessary. That tells you something about what they really care about.
A Berkeley senior housing cooperative being sued by one of its shareholders says it has been unable to settle the suit because its insurer has reneged on an agreement to pay. The co-op has also proposed adding another contractor and more companies to its counter-claim botched work alleged by the lawsuit.
Parties in a lawsuit involving senior housing cooperative Berkeley Town House have agreed to return to mediation, reporting that they are nearing a settlement.
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.