The Foundation for California Community Association Education Donates $57,500 to Community Association Research Nationwide

On the 30th anniversary of the formation of California’s Davis-Stirling Act, which governs condominium, cooperative, and planned unit development communities, Governor George Deukmejian and the Board of Directors of the California Foundation celebrated this historic occasion with an event that raised money to support the work of FCAR which conducts and commissions research, issues publications, hosts educational programs and awards scholarships for people involved with common interest communities.    Read the article…………..


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