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The co-op will assist students, staff and faculty in developing a strategic energy management plan, audit building energy use, suggest ways to use energy more efficiently and conduct educational seminars.
The Co-op utilizes a secure, web-based technology that streamlines the purchasing process called the BuyBoard.
On August 16, 2000, the Registrar appointed a Management Committee for the Co-Op ("the Committee").
The Registrar further decided to accept submissions from the parties regarding the holding of future elections and the status of the managing body of the Co-Op until the new elections take place.
The day's events will be capped off with an industry cocktail party where the publishers will honor the Co-op & Condo Community's Man of the Year and present the coveted Leadership in Management Awards to firms that have gone above and beyond the call of duty.
The conversion of the Co-Op from a cooperative society to a public company is subject to certain approvals of the Israeli Tax Authorities.
In the early 90's, the combination of the S&L crisis and a local market slump had put the co-op market on shaky ground, according to Susan Hewlit, Cheshire's founder and president.
Caption: Above is a sample of the Co-op Month graphics available at: www.
Drafters of the ACA created up the CO-OP program in an effort to increase competition in the health insurance market, by providing startup loans for nonprofit, member-owned carriers.
The Real Estate Board of New York (REBNY) has teamed up with the Council of New York Cooperatives and Condominiums (CNYC) to release the Co-op Board Admissions Guide aimed at protecting boards from unfair claims of discrimination and speeding the whole process for buyers.
Vancouver -- A Vancouver women must vacate her deceased mother's co-op housing unit in Vancouver after a Supreme Court of British Columbia judge dismissed her petition to stay in the unit, saying the women's human rights had not been violated and the co-op was simply upholding its House Rules or policies.
The report was to be on a grand scale, without losing the personal touch the co-op was founded upon.