Programs HOAs Can Adopt to Deal with Drought

Although summer is technically over, temperatures across Southern California remain high, making it feel more like summer than fall. As residents continue to battle the statewide drought, we wanted to follow up on our article covering the impact the drought has on homeowners associations.   Read the article………………


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