Chapter Luncheon:

"It's 2015 - How Are You Communicating in Your Community?"

Technology has transformed the way we communicate but there are limits on how boards and management can utilize these technologies. Attend this program and learn best practices for communicating in your community!

Event details

  • Tuesday | September 22, 2015
  • 11:15 am - 1:15 am
  • Los Robles Greens 299 S Moorpark Rd Thousand Oaks, CA 91361
  • Homeowner / Board Member Members Fee: $36
    Manager Member Fee: $36
    Business Partner Members Fee: $47
    Homeowner / Board Member Non- Members Fee: $46
    Manager Non-Member Fee: $46
    Business Partner Non-Members Fee: $57
 This program will cover:
  • Are board member email discussions off limits? What constitutes an emergency? Can vendor issues be discussed?
  • How to handle the board member who refuses to stop doing board business by email.
  • How to respond to inappropriate emails, mass emails from homeowners and web postings.
  • Is board member voting by email allowed? What about taking the vote of the owners via an online service?
  • Can Association documents and required disclosures be distributed using new technology?
  • What are the legal risks and pitfalls of using NextDoor, chat rooms, social media and more?
  • And learn the best methods to effectively communicate with your owners.

PROGRAM SPEAKERS:

Karen Kokowicz, CCAM, CMCA, PCAM, Coro Community Management & Consulting
Karen Kokowicz is CEO & Owner of Coro Community Management & Consulting, a full service management company exclusively dedicated to the management of community associations.  Karen has worked in the industry for more than 25 years and has the Certified Manager of Community Associations (CMCA) designation, CAI’s Professional Community Association Manager (PCAM) designation and the CCAM certification.

David C. Swedelson, Esq., SwedelsonGottlieb
David Swedelson is partner in the law firm of SwedelsonGottlieb that limits its practice and specializes in the representation of California community associations. Since beginning his practice of law in 1978, David Swedelson has represented hundreds of community associations in both litigation and as legal counsel, providing legal advice regarding association and board member responsibilities, maintenance and repair obligations, disclosure obligations, interpretation and enforcement of governing documents, and California Civil and Corporations Code sections applicable to community associations and assessment collection.

PROGRAM SPONSORS:
American Heritage Landscape
Animal & Insect Pest Management, Inc.
ASR Construction
Association Lien Services
Austins Painting
Behr Paint
Bens Asphalt
Benjamin Moore & Co.
Cornwall Security Services
Critter Busters Inc.
EmpireWorks Reconstruction & Painting
Fernald Law Group LLP
McKays Painting & Wood Replacement
Oakridge Landscape
Pacific Western Bank
Premier Commercial Painting
Santa Barbara Painting
Sherwin-Williams Paint

MANAGER TABLE SPONSOR:
Beaumont Gitlin Tashjian