Community Associations Institute’s California Legislative Action Committee (CLAC) ACCOMPLISHMENTS 2015 AB 1448 (LOPEZ) – PERSONAL ENERGY CONSERVATION – CLOTHESLINES AS INTRODUCED: The bill renders void any provision in the governing documents of a community association which prohibits or unreasonably restricts the use of clotheslines or drying racks. (Clotheslines are seen as more environmentally sound than gas or electric clothes dryers.) As
On September 4th, Gov. Brown signed AB 349 into law, as an urgency statute – effective immediately. AB 349, which the community Association industry and CAI’s California Legislative Action Committee (CLAC) have followed closely, amends Civil Code section 4735 and limits the right of a community association to restrict the use of artificial turf. Specifically, it renders “void and unenforceable” any provision
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Thomas M. Skiba, CAE, CAI’s Chief Executive Officer issued a statement today at the House Financial Services Committee, Subcommittee on Housing and Insurance hearing. The hearing entitled “The Future of Housing in America— Federal Housing Reforms that Create Housing Opportunity” was held to discuss the merits of H.R. 3700. The comments are specific to the changes to the Federal Housing
The Sonora Springs HOA in Sacramento, Calif., must pay $109,000 to a couple who accused the HOA of discrimination. The couple filed a complaint with the state Department of Fair Employment and Housing after the board neglected to fix the pool lift that would have granted access to the husband, a 77-year-old disabled former US Marine pilot. – The Sacramento Bee