Check out the latest issue of the Channels of Communication

Aging Communities – Planning for the Future of Your Community Association In this issue – Aging in Place – The Building’s Perspective Deferred Maintenance vs. Insurance Coverage Ask the Expert Congratulations to our Chapter Award Recipients View this issue


CAI-Channel Islands 2016 Committee Chairs

Thank you to a wonderful team of members who served as our 2016 Committee Chairs and helping to make the chapter thrive in 2016!


CAI-Channel Islands Chapter’s 2017 Marketing Plan

Attention Business Partners and Management Companies – Make the most of your membership in 2017 by being a Platinum, Gold, Silver or Bronze Sponsor. For more details and to download the 2017 Marketing Plan, Go here.  


2016 Homeowner Satisfaction Survey

It’s official! For more than 10 years, community associations have consistently remained preferred places to call home. The 2016 Homeowner Satisfaction Survey, national research conducted by Zogby Analytics for the Foundation for Community Association Research (FCAR), supports similar findings from past surveys in 2005, 2007, 2009, 2012, and 2014. The 68 million Americans living in more than 338,000 community associations have

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Did you know CAI has a Legislative Action Committee (CLAC) that is working for you?

CLAC is a volunteer committee who monitors pending legislation that directly affects you and your community and helps to educate elected state lawmakers on our unique industry and needs. CLAC has a string of recent success stories including helping to defeat AB 1720 which would have allowed members to send their lawyers to attend your board meetings. Please support CLAC and their efforts to help pass

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Goodbye to a True Community Association Supporter, Thank You Skip Daum

For those of you who hadn’t heard yet, Community Associations Institute’s, California Legislative Action Committee (CAI-CLAC) is officially announcing the retirement of its long term lobbyist Skip Daum of Capitol Communications Group on September 30th. Skip had a well-deserved reputation for success when he and Capitol Communications Group began working for CAI-CLAC 24 years ago. He had interned for two lobbyists in Sacramento after 10 years in

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