Bridging the Generational Gap

If you’re a Baby Boomer serving on your community association’s board of directors, you may have already begun noticing a shift in the characteristics and tendencies of your neighbors (and maybe even your fellow board members). Don’t call me, just email or text. Can I pay those assessments online? Our community needs to “go green”! Do we have a Facebook page?  These are just a few of the comments and questions you may have heard from the younger generation of Millennials within your community.    Read the article……………..


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