This is the Right Way to Respond to Disaster in Community Association Management

Today is the first day we have been back in the office since our area was hit by Hurricane Irma. I am thankful that all of us made it through the storm in one piece, and I am especially grateful to have power, Internet, and especially air conditioning!  But many of those affected by Irma, Harvey, Katia and even the wildfires in the Pacific Northwest and the earthquake in Mexico are still deep in the thick of dealing with evacuations, displacement, loss of services and property damage.     Read the article………….


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