The Many Reasons to Support the Buck-A-Door Campaign (FL)

As a community manager, I attend the monthly educational luncheons presented by Community Associations Institute – Orange County Regional Chapter (CAI-OCRC) and listen to the CLAC “Moment” presented by the Legislative Support Committee. However, I never fully understood what it meant or what impact the California Legislative Action Committee (CLAC) had on our communities and profession until I went to Sacramento to participate in the Legislative Day at the Capitol. I came back from Sacramento with a better understanding on how important it is for community managers to educate their Boards on the bills related to California community associations, and the importance of CLAC.    Read the article……….


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