CNYC
Council of New York Cooperatives & Condominiums
 
Upcoming CNYC & Industry Events
 

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.


 

 


NAVIGATING CITY WEBSITES TO CHECK YOUR BUILDING'S STATUS
Tuesday, September 24, 2019
7:00 PM
Location to be announced

Indispensable for board members in self-managed buildings, this class will be of interest to others as well. Rebecca Poole will provide guidance (and a long list of links) to enable you to check your building’s status with the Department of Finance, the Department of Buildings, HPD, DEP and any other agencies where you have forms to file, reports to register. etc. Representatives of CNYC member cooperatives and condominiums and those that are members of FNYHC, ARC, CCC, UHAB and Big Apple CAI 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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IMPACT OF THE NEW STATE RENT LAW ON CO-OPS & CONDOS
Thursday, October 3, 2019
7:00 PM
Location to be announced

Sweeping rent regulations passed in Albany in June imposes many compliance requirements on transactions in cooperatives and some in condominiums, by virtue of generalized 'lease' requirements in part M of this 74 page law. CNYC president Marc Luxemburg, Esq. will be joined by Peter Massa, Esa. to review the many new requirements of the law and suggest remedies that your cooperative or condominium may wish to adopt.   CNYC is working for corrective legislation to exempt cooperatives and condominiums from the requirements of Part M when the legislature meets again in 2020, and will enlist your help in this endeavor.   Board members, shareholders, unit owners and management personnel for cooperatives and condominiums that are members of CNYC, FNYHC, ARC, CCC, UHAB and NAHC are welcome at no charge,  but advance reservations are required; others are welcome at a fee of $60 if paid in advance or $75 at the door.  Call CNYC at 212496-7400 or register online www.CNYC.coop. 

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CNYCs PROPRIETARY LEASE for the NEW MILLENNIUM
Wednesday, October 16, 2019
7:00 PM
Location to be announced

Attorney Marc J. Luxemburg, who is 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 2.20 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. Continuing Legal Education credit is available to attorneys attending this class. Attorneys who work primarily with low income clients or those who themselves have modest incomes, may write to CNYC to request abatement of applicable fees.

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CNYC’s 39th ANNUAL HOUSING CONFERENCE: EXHIBITS, CLASSES, NETWORKING
Sunday, November 17, 2019
8 AM to 5 PM
25 West 18 Street

Every current CNYC member cooperative and condominium can send one person FREE to attend classes all day at this annual event, the premier learning experience for boards of housing cooperatives and condominiums. The Conference brochure will be posted on the CNYC website in July and mailed in September. Advance registration is required– with specific classes selected. All are welcome!!! Fees vary. CONFERENCE REGISTRATION WILL OPEN ONCE THE CONFERENCE BROCHURE IS POSTED IN AUGUST. TO REGISTER YOU MUST SELECT THE SPECIFIC CLASSES THAT YOU WILL ATTEND.


NEW FACADE INSPECTION CYCLE HAS NEW REQUIREMENTS
Tuesday, December 3, 2019
7:00 PM
Location to be announced

The upcoming 9th Cycle of New York City’s Facade Inspection Safety Program (FISP), which mandates facade inspections of all buildings over six stories in height, begins on February 21, 2020. The myriad details of the program are often a source of confusion, especially those regarding filing status and follow-up repairs. Starting with the 9th Cycle, the Department of Buildings is instituting significant changes to the law. This seminar is designed to help building owners, managers, and boards better navigate and prepare for the upcoming FISP cycle and achieve a Safe filing status.


WORKSHOP FOR BUILDING TREASURERS
Thursday, January 16, 2020
7 PM
Location to be announced

Treasurers are responsible for all aspects of the financial health of their cooperatives and condominiums--all are potential discussion topics at the Treasurers' Workshop.. This is not a 'how-to' presentation, but rather an opportunity for treasurers to 'talk shop' with one another and to seek guidance from accountant Rick Montanye Issues raised by participants set the agenda. Treasurers (and other board members) of CNYC member cooperatives and condominiums attend at no cost, as can treasurers from FNYHC, CCC, ARC and UHAB, but advanced registration is required. Non- members are very welcome at a fee of $50, payable in advance.. To pay at the door, preregister and add $15.

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SELF-MANAGEMENT 101 : A 3-Session Program for Small Buildings
Wednesdays, February 26, March 18, April 8, 2020
7:00 - 9:00 PM
Location to be announced

This 3-part class gives boards of very small buildings the tools they need to run their buildings efficiently, and to use professionals and vendors to best advantage. Registrants are strongly encouraged to attend all three sessions, the first presents an administrative overview; the second focuses on the physical plant and the third on financial responsibilities. Representatives of CNYC member buildings attend the series for $100; non-affiliates are welcome at a fee of $90 per session, payable in advance. Advance reservations are required. Call the CNYC office at (212) 496-7400 or send e-mail to workshops@CNYC.coop to to pre-reserve your place. Your payment confirms your registration. To pay at the door, pre-register and add $15.

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BOARD RESPONSIBILITIES AS EMPLOYER AND HOUSING PROVIDER
Thursday, March 5, 2020
7:00 PM
Location to be announced

An often overlooked component of a board’s responsibilities is its role as an employer and housing provider in the context of the federal, state, and local employment and housing laws.  Boards have the obligation to ensure a discriminatory free environment for their residents, guests and employees, as well as to comply with wage and notice requirements. Attorneys Bryan Mazzola and Jackie Aiello will review the various employment and housing statutes that board members should be aware of to provide board members with a roadmap as to how to develop and implement policies and practices to protect their buildings and themselves from liability and ensure compliance with the relevant laws.  Best practices will be discussed on how to address complaints of discrimination or requests for reasonable accommodations.


 


 
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