Santa Barbara Luncheon:

Good Community Governance Starts With Your HOA's Governing Documents

Event details

  • Thursday | October 11, 2018
  • 11:30 am - 1:15 pm
  • Hyatt Centric Santa Barbara 1111 E. Cabrillo Blvd. Santa Barbara, CA
  • Homeowner / Board Member Members Fee: $25
    Homeowner / Board Member Non- Members Fee: $45
    Community Manager Members Fee: $25
    Community Manager Non- Members Fee: $45
    Business Partner Members Fee: $55
    Business Partner Non-Members Fee: $75

(Registration fee includes hosted valet parking – upon arrival, please let the valet attendant know you are with the CAI event)

Good Community Governance Starts With Your HOA’s Governing Documents

Is your HOA struggling with outdated governing documents? Do they conflict with the Civil Code or other governing documents? Join us to discuss –

  • The importance of updated governing documents.
  • Understanding conflicts in the HOA’s governing documents.
  • What is the difference between “amending” and “restating”?
  • Developing a game plan for member participation and approval for amendments and/or restatements.

Program Speaker:
Lisa Tashjian, Esq., Beaumont Tashjian

Program Sponsors (Exhibitors):
Steve Reich Insurance Agency, Inc.

Special Meal Request: If you have a special meal request or food allergies, please email in advance.

Cancellation/Refund Policy: Reservations cancelled after 5:00 pm on Monday, October 8, 2018 cannot be refunded. Any no-show registrant will be charged for his/her reservation.

Photo/Video Release: By registering for and/or attending any CAI-Channel Islands Chapter event, you are understanding that publicity photographs and/or videos may be taken and are giving permission that photos and/or videos containing your likeness may be used. Questions, please contact the chapter office at 805-658-1438.

Our “No Suitcasing” Policy:
If you are not a sponsoring (exhibiting) business partner:
DO meet people, network with homeowners and managers and give your business card when requested.
DON’T distribute marketing materials or promotional items of any kind, distribute unsolicited business cards, flyers or brochures, or stand at an exhibit spaces where you may distract from networking opportunities for that particular sponsor.
These Rules are designed to enhance the benefit of sponsorship to those business partners who support this event and to ensure a pleasant and rewarding experience to all attendees. If you are interested in sponsoring a future chapter event, contact the office is 805-658-1438.