June 2016

30
Jun

CAI-Channel Islands Celebrates 600 Chapter Members… And Growing!

The June 28th Chapter Luncheon celebrating “600 Members… And Growing” will be one to remember! It was such a great opportunity to recognize our chapter founders, past presidents and thank our chapter members who make this chapter the amazing community that it is! Thank you to the 200+ members that attended and thank you to all of the volunteers who

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30
Jun

Thank you to CAI-National

Thank you to the National organization of Community Associations Institute for your partnership in helping us reach 600 Chapter Members! Thank you to Mr. Kelly Richardson, Esq., the National Board of Trustees President for accepting the award of recognition for this partnership and for updating our members on how CAI continues to advocate and meets the evolving needs of this

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25
Jun

Please Call Your Senator to Vote YES on AB 1799 TODAY

Once more, your assistance in helping AB 1799 pass a key legislative vote is needed … by 1:30 p.m. on Tuesday when the Senate Judiciary Committee will vote on it. This simple bill allows homeowners associations to avoid mailing out election ballots when there is an equal or lessor number of candidates than open seats on the board.  In essence…no competition. In these cases,1799

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10
Jun

CAI-Channel Islands Chapter Reaches 600 Members!

CAI-Channel Islands Chapter recently reached another growth milestone – “600 members strong and growing”! But it’s really more than just growing our numbers. The caliber of our members and their passion for education and promoting professionalism makes our expansion even more exciting. Through the selfless and tireless work of our volunteers, and extreme dedication of our Executive Director, Leah Ross,

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4
Jun

CAI-CLAC News – Take a brief survey for AB 1799

Before voting, legislators need to see how much money is being spent on elections unnecessarily, such as when there are more open association board seats than there are candidates for election. AB 1799 would allow immediate installation of candidates when there are not more candidates than open seats which is an “uncontested election”. This avoids spending money on printing and

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