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Q: In our 60-unit building, our association board is reluctant to have a reserve study done for two reasons. First, the board members feel that they may have liability if they have a reserve study done and then work does not get completed. Second, depending on what comes up in the study, they don’t want to be forced to increase assessments.

Q: We’re wondering if you could provide us with some enlightenment about the ins and outs of buying a co-op in the Washington, D.C., area. We would also like to know about how we can get more information about the co-op — bylaws, financial health, co-op board minutes, etc. — without actually submitting a contract.

If you’re a dog owner, you’ve probably bought your dog a squeaky toy or two and watched them have a ball! Buzz60’s Mercer Morrison has the story.

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Ever since the Russian invasion of Ukraine, Russian American businesses around the country have been suffering, boycotted and receiving hateful messages. However, those same small business owners are equally committed to helping Ukraine and stand against the war. Business owner Vlada von Shats, the co-owner of Russian Samovar restaurant, speaks movingly about her attempts to support her Ukrainian employees and stand against the war. 

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