A resident of 2800 Coyle Street, shareholders of which tried to boot their board in 2010.

Frequently, Sheepshead Bites receives messages from aggravated co-op apartment building residents, taking issue with their board. In the past, co-op shareholders have even organized anti-board rallies in attempt to overthrow the board.

Tomorrow night, frustrated co-op shareholders can express their dissatisfaction and discuss the challenges they face at a town hall meeting in Sheepshead Bay, hosted by Davidzon Radio, Assembly candidate Ben Akselrod and Senate candidate Andrew Gounardes.

If you have complained to Sheepshead Bites in the past, or are simply annoyed with your situation as a co-op shareholder, attend this meeting and speak your mind. Representatives from the Attorney General’s office, elected officials, and lawyers who deal with co-op issues were invited to join. Share your experiences with them, and maybe something will come of it.

Gounardes, the Democratic candidate for the NY State Senate’s 22nd District, and Akselrod, Democratic primary challenger for the State Assembly’s 45th District, and the Cooperative Community Organization will host this meeting on August 15 at 6:30 p.m. in the Davidzon Radio Office, located at 2508 Coney Island Avenue on the second floor.

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