Northlake Community Homeowners Cooperative in Bremerton was able to offer some relief to its members in the month of April. With many members having lost income due to Covid-19, the co-op board of directors approved a referendum to cut April rents in half and to pay for this out of the co-op reserves. This proposal was then sent out for a ballot vote of the membership where the majority of households voted unanimously to approve the relief. Northlake made this decision with careful consideration of their financial state and made all decisions either on video conference or by drop off ballot vote to prevent the spread of Covid-19. In other news, Northlake is also in the middle of repaving its roads. This is their largest capital improvements plan to date, which includes a rebuilt drainage system and new speed humps for safety. Congratulations Northlake Homeowners Cooperative!!

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