Tenants at Mitchell-Lama site in Brooklyn go after co-op board

Residents at 54 Boerum Street look to change election process in battle with cooperative

54 Boerum Street
54 Boerum Street

Residents of one of the city’s largest middle-income housing cooperatives are petitioning against their co-op board.

The residents of the Lindsay Park Housing Cooperative at 54 Boerum Street in Brooklyn — together with Community Board 1 Chairwoman Dealice Fuller — maintain that the board has used an unfair and confusing election process. The petition is meant to change that, residents say.

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According to DNAinfo, residents allege that they have been unfairly targeted by the board for violations or didn’t receive enough information about budget or meeting minutes.

Lindsay Park is a Mitchell-Lama housing complex with more than 2,700 units. The property is supervised by the Department of Housing Preservation and Development.  [DNAinfo] — Claire Moses