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Communicating in a Crisis: Part 1 – Defining a Crisis and Preparing Communication
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In our July "Ask the Experts" webinar, we heard from Attorney Morgan Bryant of McCabe, Trotter & Beverly, P.C. on Communicating in a Crisis. Though this topic is particularly relevant in today's environment, it is one that is always of special importance to board members as it touches on communications not only surroundi...
Online Meetings: When & How (Part 2 – Membership Meetings)
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In Part 1 of our series "Online Meetings: When & How", we discussed some best practices for holding virtual board meetings during this time of social distancing. But what about membership meetings? In North Carolina, Governor Roy Cooper issued Executive Order #136 which allowed for nonprofit membership meetings to be held vi...
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...
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...
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...
What to do About HOA/Condo Finances & Assessments During the Coronavirus
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Content provided by Jim Slaughter of Black Slaughter & Black, PA. Original article can be found here.Questions to our firm about how homeowner and condominium associations should respond to the coronavirus (COVID-19) epidemic have come in waves.  When news of the virus broke, we were asked by HOAs and condos how to keep homeowner...