Parties on both sides of a lawsuit involving a Berkeley senior housing cooperative have agreed that more mediation, involving not only them but also contractors and the co-op’s insurance company, would be worth a try. The judge in the case also agreed to let the co-op add more defendants to its cross-complaint.
Danville contractor Garry Secrest has asked for a jury trial in a lawsuit filed against him by a Berkeley senior housing cooperative.
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.