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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
Please encourage Governor Jerry Brown to veto SB 1265 (Wieckowski) and SB 1128 (Roth). If passed, Senate Bill 1265 (Wieckowski) would threaten privacy rights and significantly increase costs to hold an election. An additional mailing of election rules, the requirement that someone other than management be hired to serve as election inspector and additional legal hurdles related to election challenges
In this Issue… The Budget… Where to Begin The Budget & The Board’s Fiduciary Duty Kit Budgeting for Success: Best Practices for Handling Assessment Delinquencies Ask The Expert Chapter Highlights & More DOWNLOAD THIS ISSUE Channels of Communication is a quarterly publication of the Channel Islands Chapter of Community Associations Institute prepared expressly for Association leaders, managers and other related
CAI-CLAC scored a major victory on SB 721. Senator Hill agreed to amend his bill in the Assembly Business and Professions Committee to delete Section 2 of the bill, which pertains to Common Interest Developments. With that amendment, the bill passed on a unanimous vote. Our success was made possible by the efforts our members throughout the State who contacted
For the seventh time in 13 years, Americans living in homeowners associations and condominiums say they’re overwhelmingly satisfied in their communities: 85% of residents rate their overall community association experience as positive (63%) or neutral (22%). 84% say members of their elected governing board “absolutely” or “for the most part” serve the best interests of their communities. 73% say their