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Condominiums Turn Private Streets Public?

Many Ohio condominium associations are developed with private streets, meaning that the association is responsible for the streets’ maintenance, repair, replacement, and snow removal.  As these often are some of the largest expenses that condominium associations face, many communities ask about the process to dedicate the streets and turn private streets public, shifting the cost responsibilitiy to the local governments.

Recently, the Cleveland Plain Dealer reported on this story,  which features comments by Kaman & Cusimano, LLC partner David Kaman:




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