Majority Of Surfside Condo Board Reportedly Resigned In 2019 Amid Talks About Repairs

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Majority Of Surfside Condo Board Reportedly Resigned In 2019 Amid Talks About Repairs

Five out of seven members of the board of the Surfside, Florida condominium building that collapsed last week reportedly resigned in 2019 amid infighting over the significant cost of repairs identified in an engineer’s report.

On Wednesday, The Washington Post reported that it had obtained the resignation letter of Anette Goldstein, who was president of the condo’s board until she resigned in September 2019. At the time, the condo owners were concerned about the ballooning costs of repairs, which rose from about $9 million to $15 million over the course of three years.

Four other board members resigned during the following two weeks, according to minutes from a meeting in early October. It’s unclear why they quit.

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