CNYC

AcronymDefinition
CNYCCouncil of New York Cooperatives and Condominiums
CNYCCore Neighborhood Youth Coop (Canada)
CNYCCentral New York Cycling
CNYCCroatian National Youth Council
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The workshop is free for residents of CNYC member buildings, Pre registration is required due to limited space.
Affinity Board Members Linda Moulin and Cathy Cislecki presented a cheque to CNYC youth representative, Christian Bear, who accepted on behalf of the organization.
Every cooperative and condominium that is a CNYC member can send one preregistered representative to the Conference at no cost.
According to Mary Ann Rothman, executive director of CNYC, "Better than 90% of co-ops behave properly and don't give people a hard time.
Cost for the seminars is $300.00 for ABO, CNYC and CHIP members and $350.00 for non-members.
The seminar is free for Federation members, $30 for Council of New York Cooperatives (CNYC) and Council of Cooperatives and Condominiums (CCC) members and $50 for non-affiliated attendees.
The seminar is free for FNYHC members; $30 for Council of New York Cooperatives (CNYC) and Council of Cooperatives and Condominiums (CCC) members and $50 for non-affiliated attendees.
Last year Wolfe and attorney Stuart Saft of Wolf Halderstein Adler Freeman & Herz, LLP, who is also chairman of the Council of New York Cooperatives and Condominiums (CNYC), began researching the viability of on-line board meetings.
Among the panelists will be members of the Council of New York Cooperatives and Condominiums (CNYC).
"They need monitoring and management," said Mary Ann Rothman, executive director of the Council of New York Cooperatives (CNYC).
So the Washington-based National Association of Housing Cooperatives (NAHC), along with the local Council of New York Cooperatives (CNYC) and the Federation of New York Housing Cooperatives (FNYHC), are organizing to find the "right" case to use to challenge the IRS.
A REBNY committee met last week to discuss the matter, along with the Council of New York Cooperatives (CNYC) proposal that volunteer boards be exempt from criminal prosecution.