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  • Granite Co. residents frustrated over decision to stop maintaining Lakeshore Drive (MT) May 8, 2024
    Granite County Commissioners have made good on their pledge to halt all maintenance on Lakeshore Drive, located along Georgetown Lake.  This 3.1-mile-long gravel road is under U.S. Forest Service jurisdiction and features dozens of homes and several fishing access sites, but is plagued with potholes. The county has helped maintain and plow it under a longstanding cooperative agreement, but that is about to come to an end.   Read the article…………………………….
  • Leaders in homeowners associations discuss how to improve sustainability practices (MT) April 18, 2024
    At a Thursday afternoon event where only about 35 people were expected to join, Jerome Tinianow, sustainability professional and proprietor of West Urban Sustainability, was excited to see almost 50 people associated with homeowners associations attend the April 4 Owners Association Sustainability Workshop in Big Sky.     Read the article…………………………….
  • Dispute over road maintenance at Georgetown Lake continues (MT) April 18, 2024
    “To me they are just abandoning us, they don’t care. To the point the people living up there are getting sick and tired of it. If we don’t make a fight right now, we’re going to lose everything up there. And we don’t get much already anyhow,” said Brian Clark, president of the Georgetown Lake Homeowners Association.   Read the article…………………………….
  • Bozeman City Commission to consider HOA model covenants (MT) November 21, 2023
    The Bozeman City Commission will consider a resolution to approve a model for future homeowners association covenants.  Planners aimed to keep the model language straightforward and easy to understand while covering issues like water conservation, safety, sustainability and more.   Read the article………………………………….
  • Some HOA covenants at odds with city of Bozeman’s goals (MT) November 7, 2023
    A limited water budget, a lack of housing diversity and a shortage of child care are a few things top of mind as Bozeman continues to grow. But some homeowners associations have rules in place that are challenging the city’s attempts to solve its growing pains.   Read the article…………………………….

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  • How to protect your home from wildfires – here’s what fire prevention experts say is most important
    Extreme heat has already made 2024 a busy wildfire year. More acres had burned by mid-July than in all of 2023, and several communities had lost homes to wildfires.  As fire season intensifies across the West, there are steps homeowners can take to make their homes less vulnerable to burning and increase the likelihood that firefighters can protect their property in the event of a wildfire.    Read the article…………………………….
  • CAI Best Practices: Ethics
    Simply put, when someone is employing ethics, he or she recognizes what is right and what is wrong and is choosing to do the right thing; however, as a great deal of business ethics literature will attest, “the right thing” is not always straightforward. For example, most ethical dilemmas in the workplace are not simply questions of “Should Bob steal from Jack?” or “Should Jack lie to his boss?”
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