The hearing for Senate Bill 323 (Wieckowski) is this Wednesday, June 19th. Please help the Assembly Housing and Community Development Committee understand why we OPPOSE this dangerous bill TODAY! S.B. 323 attempts to create another one-size fits all approach to California homeowner association governance. You can help us STOP S.B. 323. If you haven’t already, send our online advocacy letter
CAI-CLAC continues to update our position on several bills being considered by the state legislature this year, all of which could significantly impact those living in common interest developments (CDIs). Here is what you need to know about Senate Bill 326 (Hill) and Senate Bill 754 (Moorlach) and why they have our full support. Senate Bill 326 (Hill): Infrastructure Inspection
[heading size=”h3″ extra=””]Channels of Communication[/heading] [heading size=”h4″ extra=””]In this Issue… First Quarter 2019[/heading] [list type=unordered] [list_item]Overlooked and Misinterpreted Laws That Can Get Managers and Board in Big Trouble[/list_item] [list_item]Charged With New Laws Electrically & Financially Speaking[/list_item] [list_item]Discrimination and Harassment in the Work Place[/list_item] [list_item]Ask the Experts[/list_item] [list_item]Chapter Highlights & More[/list_item] [/list] DOWNLOAD THIS ISSUE Channels of Communication is a quarterly
In 2018, we were instrumental in getting a veto of SB 1265, “Elections” bill which would have been harmful to community associations. More than 1,500 homeowners and industry advocates called, emailed, and sent letters asking their representatives to VOTE NO. Unfortunately, this bill has been re-introduced as SB 323 (Wieckowski) and we are once again fighting this unnecessary and potentially
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Community/HOA Manager (Community Property Management, 751 E. Daily Dr. Camarillo) Compensation: TBD Employment type: full-time Come join our team! We are looking for a full time Community Manager to manage a portfolio of homeowners associations in a busy property management company. The ideal candidate will be reliable, well-written, professional, able to multi-task, thick skinned, and have attention to detail. It