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You may register for CNYC events by calling (212) 496-7400, or by sending e-mail to workshops@cnyc.coop. For CNYC events requiring payment, please mail a check for the appropriate amount to: CNYC, 250 West 57th Street, Suite 730, New York, NY 10107-0730. Please make checks payable to the Council of New York Cooperatives & Condominiums.

The list below also includes non-CNYC events. Please see the indiviudual descriptions in each of these events, where you will find information and links for registration. Please do not contact CNYC regarding non-CNYC events.


 

 


WORKSHOP FOR BUILDING TREASURERS
Wednesday, June 27, 2018
7 PM
Location to be announced

Treasurers are responsible for the financial health of their cooperatives and condominiums. This task has diverse ramifications--all are potential discussion topics at the Treasurers' Workshop, conducted periodically by CNYC. This is not a 'how-to' presentation, but rather an opportunity for treasurers to 'talk shop' under the guidance of Rick Montanye of the accounting firm of Marin & Montanye. Issues raised brought by participants set the agenda. Treasurers (and other board members) of CNYC member cooperatives and condominiums attend at no cost, but advanced registration is required. Non-members are very welcome at a fee of $50, payable in advance. Reserve your place by calling CNYC at (212) 496-7400 or register by e-mail to workshops@CNYC.coop. To pay at the door, preregister and add $15.

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ONBOARDING NEW BOARD MEMBERS
Wednesday, July 25, 2018
7:00 PM
Location to be announced

Newly elected board members need solid instruction and training to understand their roles and fiduciary duties. Operating a co-op or condo involves many of the same responsibilities as any other business, yet board members are volunteers who may not have experience in such matters. A proactive approach to onboarding new members sets the tone and positions the entire board for success. Management companies are an important partner in empowering new board members and helping them learn the ropes. Management Executive Dan Wurtzel will walk participants through best practices of onboarding new members .There is no fee for representatives of CNYC, FNYHC, CAI and ARC member cooperatives and condominiums to attend this session ; others are welcome at a fee of $50 if paid in advance or $75 at the door. Advance reservations are required. Call the CNYC office at (212) 496-7400 or send e-mail to workshops@CNYC.coop to reserve your place.

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SOLAR FOR COOPS & CONDOS: HOW TO MAKE IT HAPPEN
Wednesday, August 15, 2018
7:00 PM
Location to be Announced

Board members and residents of housing cooperatives and condominiums who are interested in reducing their building’s operating costs and environmental footprint by going solar will want to attend this class.. Experts from Solar One, an environmental non-profit that helps buildings install solar in NYC, will walk participants through options available for coops and condos to talk advantage of onsite and offsite solar. During the class, buildings – consider volunteering yours! – will undergo a remote solar assessment. There will also be discussion of equtable distribution of the cost and benefits of onsite solar. And for those buildings that aren’t suited to site solar, Solar One will explain how to benefit from Community Shared Solar. There is no fee for representatives of CNYC, FNYHC, CAI, CCC and ARC member cooperatives and condominiums to attend this session; others are welcome at a fee of $50 if paid in advance or $75 at the door. Advance reservations are required. Call the CNYC office at (212) 496-7400 or send e-mail to workshops@CNYC.coop to reserve your place.

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INTRODUCTION TO CO-OP BOARD RESPONSIBILITIES: An Intensive Seminar for New Directors
Thursdays, Sept. 13 and 20, 2018
6:00 - 9:30 PM
Location to be announced

In this 2-session class, attorney Marc Luxemburg and property manager Gregory Carlson examine all aspects of operating cooperatives. The class is limited to board members of housing cooperatives. It is jointly sponsored by CNYC, the Federation of New York Housing Cooperatives and Condominiums and the Association of Riverdale Cooperatives, each of whose members attend at the member rate. Advanced registration is required. A light supper is served in the break. The cost is $125 per person if your cooperative is a member of CNYC; ARC or FNYHC, $200 for non-members. Pre- reserve, by phone (212) 496- 7400 or e-mail to workshops@CNYC.coop. Payment sent to CNYC at 250 West 57 Street, Suite 730, NYC 10107 confirms your registration. There is a surcharge of $15 for late payment.

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CNYC’s MODEL PROPRIETARY LEASE
Wednesday, September 26, 2018
7:00 PM
Location to be announced

Attorney Marc J. Luxemburg, president of CNYC, led the development of a model Proprietary Lease and Shareholders Agreement, adapted to the 21st century needs of New York housing cooperatives. Version 2.15 includes suggestions received from many experts in the course of the development of this document. Mr. Luxemburg will discuss the major innovations of the new lease and will offer advice for ensuring its adoption. There is no cost for CNYC members and subscribers to attend this class, but advance registration is required. Others are welcome at a fee of $60 if paid in advance or $75 at the door. Call 212 496-7400 or send e-mail to workshops@CNYC.coop to reserve your place. Attorneys who work with low and moderate income cooperatives or who themselves have limited meats may write to CNYC to explain their situation and request total or partial relief from the non-affiliate fee for this class.

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BEST PRACTICES FOR CO-OP & CONDO BOARDS
Tuesday, October 2, 2018
7 PM
Location to be announced

How do the best and most efficient boards run their buildings? Conduct their meetings? Oversee the well-being of their community? What are the essential documents that every board member should understand? When and how are professional advisors best used? Join accountant Rick Montanye, attorney Andrew Brucker and property Manager Michael Wolfe for a discussion of best practices for efficient, effective leadership of your cooperative or condominium.. Representatives of CNYC member cooperatives and condominiums attend at no cost, but advanced registration is required. Non-members are very welcome at a fee of $60, payable in advance. Reserve your place by calling CNYC at (212) 496-7400 or register by e- mail to workshops@CNYC.coop. To pay at the door, preregister and add $15.

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CONFLICT OF INTEREST REPORT: What is Required?
Wednesday, October 17, 2018
7 PM
Location to be announced

State legislation passed last year and modified this year to definitely include both cooperatives and condominiums requires that boards report at least annually to shareholders/unit owners on any contracts entered into where conflict of interest might have occurred. The legislation offers no definition of conflict of interest, nor does it prescribe a format for this report. CNYC Vice President Arthur Weinstein, Esq. will provide insights, guidance, sample documents and answers to your questions. There is no charge for CNYC, FNYHC, CAI Big Apple, UHAB, CCC and ARC members to attend this class. Others are welcome at a fee of $60 if paid in advance or $75 at the door. Call 212 496-7400 or register online at workshops@CNYC.coop to reserve your place.

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CNYC’s 38th Annual Housing Conference & Expo
Sunday, November 11, 2018
8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
25 West 18 Street

CNYC will hold its 38th Annual Housing Conference on Sunday, November 11, 2018 at the headquarters of Local 32BJ of the International Service Employees Union at 25 West 18th Street in Manhattan. The large fifth floor auditorium will house 48 Exhibits of Products & Services. Complementary coffee and tea will be available there throughout the day on this floor, and a reception will take place here when classes end at 4:30 pm. The back cover of this publication includes a pass to admit one person to walk the exhibit area. No such pass is necessary for anyone who is registered for classes at the Conference, as their registration includes the Exhibit visit. In the course of the day, 66 informative classes will be offered, touching on virtually every aspect of operating housing cooperatives and condominiums. Each participant may register for three or four classes, depending on the time frames selected. Every CNYC member cooperative and condominium can send one person to attend classes all day at no charge, provided that they are registered by November 7th. Additional participants can attend at modest member rates or at the higher rates for those non-affiliated with CNYC. Members of sister organizations NAHC, UHAB, FNYHC, CCC, ARC, NAHC and Big Apple CAI are invited at member rates. Best rates are in effect from the opening of registration in August until October 12th to encourage early registration. The Conference brochure will be posted on the CNYC website in August and will be mailed out early in September. It includes descriptions of each of the classes, travel instructions to 25 West 18th Street and forms for mail-in registration. Online registration is also available To register for this Conference, each participant must indicate the specific classes that they would like to attend. Tickets will be mailed early in November to all those who have registered in advance.

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