After ten or more weeks of a pandemic-driven lock down, more parts of our states and region are moving towards re-opening. What does this mean for community associations? Join our members-only CAI Town Hall to learn how your community should plan and prepare. Attendance is limited to the first 100 to register, and the program will be recorded for on-demand viewing by members and non-members alike.
We are making this program free to attend, but we ask that you consider making a donation to CAI’s Legislative Action Committee in lieu of a program registration fee.
Due to limited capacity, the live event is for members-only. The recorded event will be made available shortly to members and non-members shortly after the live event.
The program will contain 5 twenty minute presentations followed by a general Q&A with our panel of presenters.
Coming out of Construction Hibernation: Mark McCann, The Falcon Group | Engineers, Architects & Reserve Specialists
- Contract Consideration
- Local Requirements for Safety (PPE, accommodations for contractors)
- Degree of Communication / Suggestions
- Benefits of Professional Construction Oversight during this time. Ensuring jobs are done properly for longevity.
Re-Occupancy: Planning for the New Normal: Steve Lanciano, RestoreCore
Learn how to navigate the “New Normal”. What are the essential items to be aware of as we begin to repopulate and what will the new landscape of community management look like? Understand industry cleaning options. What are the methods and procedures for application of disinfectant? What are the advantages of ULV and electrostatic fogging. And when to engage a professional (hint – it’s not as early as you might think!).
Managing Owner Expectations Before, During and After COVID19: Edward S. Frank, CMAC, AMS, PCAM, President / CEO, Arthur Edwards Inc.
Creating a Pandemic / Disaster Response Plan: Andrew Fortin, Esq., Associa
Legal Issues for Re-Opening Your Community Association: Ron Perl, Esq., CCAL, Hill Wallack
Tuesday, June 9, 2020
Virtual Zoom Webinar. Log in link will be provided to registered attendees in advance of the program.
This event is free to attend for all members of the chapter. We ask that you consider making a donation to CAI’s Legislative Action Committee in lieu of a program registration fee.
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This course is approved by the Community Association Managers International Certification Board (CAMICB) to fulfill continuing education requirements for the CMCA® certification. This course will earn managers (2) continuing education credit hours, which also help satisfy the requirements to apply for the PCAM designation.