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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
At CAI’s Annual Conference held in May 2015, the Channel Islands Chapter of CAI was recognized on the National Level for receiving the following awards for their achievements in 2014: Leadership Award for the Chapter’s Effective Leadership Initiative Membership Award for the Chapter’s “500 Members and Counting” Campaign Best Net Growth (13%) for a medium chapter (2014) Best Net Retention (98%) for a
The strength and growth of the Channel Islands Chapter depends on qualified and dedicated leadership. A total of (5) seats are up for election with a (3) year term on the (15) member Board of Directors beginning January 1, 2016. New members bring new ideas which enhance and build upon existing local chapter services, with the ultimate goal of assisting
Source: Compton Fire Department Ordered To Remove Defibrillators From Trucks, Ambulances And This Is Why Your Association Should Reconsider Maintaining A Defibrillator Submitted by David Swedelson, Esq., Senior Partner at SwedelsonGottlieb, Community Association Attorneys The Los Angeles Times reports that “most fire trucks and ambulances run by the Compton Fire Department have been stripped of defibrillator machines, a crucial lifesaving device that