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Author: Rebecca Rowe
Posted: 09 Feb 2005 - 11:51 AM
Subject: Clarifications
After the scary figure of 23,000 cited in the February newsletter and the scary amount of money proposed to be spent on my block (Nelson Gardens) I was wondering if there was a 'rule of thumb' that could be used to estimate the amount that any individual leaseholder may have to pay? (I understand the actual amount will vary due to terms of specific leases but roughly speaking)

Secondly, is there anywhere I can find out what the rules of eligibility are for the 10,000 CAP?
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