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Are HOAs and Condos in North Carolina and South Carolina Eligible for Coronavirus Federal Disaster F...
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Content provided by Harmony Taylor of Black, Slaughter & Black P.A. Original article can be found here. Individuals, businesses, and organizations across the United States are struggling to come to grips with the new financial realities created by the COVID-19 pandemic. Nonprofit community associations are no exception.  The...
Large-Scale Community Associations
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Communities that are considerably bigger than your average neighborhood are, in the community management industry, referred to as large-scale communities. And, as you might imagine, the needs of these communities sometimes differ a bit from those of your standard-sized community. Depending on the size of these communities, the amenities t...
What Your NC & SC Community Should Consider Before Opening Pools Amid COVID-19 Concerns
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Content provided by Steven E. Black of Black, Slaughter & Black, P.A. Original article can be found here.Many of our association clients are asking whether the board should open the association’s pool in May as originally scheduled, and if so, what additional rules should the board consider in light of the ongoing COVID-19 healt...
Coping with Covid-19 for Community Associations in NC - A Public Service Legal Webinar Presented by ...
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This webinar, provided by the North Carolina Chapter of the Community Associations Institute (CAI-NC), is hosted by three North Carolina attorneys and goes over several topics such as communicating with residents, community meetings, opening common areas, construction and repair projects and what to do if you have a person diagnosed with ...
Covid-19 Webinar: The Next Normal - Lifting Stay-at-Home Orders & The Impact on Community Associatio...
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This live Q&A features attorney Jim Slaughter and community association industry experts Kelly Zibell and Eric Henning. In this video they discuss opening your association’s common elements, when and how to safely do so and what that process might look like. This information, as well as the FAQs they go over, is essential for yo...
How Association Leaders Are Pivoting Their Organizations – Notes From Our Covid19 Executive Leader...
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Content provided by Association Universe. Original article can be found here.Last week we hosted a COVID-19 Roundtable with association executives and asked them what was working, and what was not working, in various areas of their operations. There was a lot of valuable information shared that we compiled into an executive summary a...
Community Association Meetings: What You Need to Know
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For those who own property in homeowners’ associations, it is important to understand the different types of association meetings that take place throughout the year. It is especially important that board members not only understand the different types of meetings but the rules surrounding who can and should attend these meetings, h...
Blue Ridge Mountain Club Manager Chris Wetmore Earns PCAM Designation
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Blowing Rock, NC – April 24, 2020 — Chris Wetmore, CAMS, Blowing Rock, NC, recently joined the elite group of community association managers who have earned the Professional Community Association Manager (PCAM®) credential from Community Associations Institute (CAI). Wetmore is one of more than 2,200 managers worldwide who...
Charlotte Regional VP Bill Dix Earns PCAM Designation
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Charlotte, NC – April 24, 2020 — William (Bill) Dix, CAMS, Charlotte, NC, recently joined the elite group of community association managers who have earned the Professional Community Association Manager (PCAM®) credential from Community Associations Institute (CAI). Dix is one of more than 2,200 managers worldwide who have...
What Community Associations Should do During the Coronavirus Pandemic
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Content provided by James Slaughter of Black Slaughter & Black, PA. Original article appeared in The Washington Post and can be found here.How do you practice social distancing when you live communally and share services, amenities and even hallways and elevators with neighbors? That’s one of many questions on the minds of commu...

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