There is no reference to AB-1799, AB-1720, SB-1431, SB-1106 or SB-944. It does not use it as one of the many CAI Calls to Action for the California Assemblyman Chad Mayes Expedited AB-1799 HOA that advocates like George Starapoli, Donie Vanitzian or CalHomeLaw call bad legislation for homeowners, while the HOA Industry like CAI and ECHO want it so bad? Or AB-1720, a bill HOA Industry, including Adam Kessler and CAI call it “legislation that benefits lawyers.” Or “The bill is being supported by groups that typically sue HOAs. “ but fail to identify “these groups”
to overturn the Wittenberg ruling. The Supreme Court refused.
In this corner:
|HOA/CID actors always have diametrically opposed goals: Through willful ignorance, gross incompetence, cognitive dissonance or cognitive challenges, boards tend to side with the industry|
The 2016 CAI-CLAC recipients (also known as the organizations average homeowners should avoid) are:
- Fundraising: Greater Inland Empire Chapter of CAI won the “Top Chapter Supporter” award. The Orange County Regional Chapter came in second place. The Channel Islands Chapter and the Bay Area/Central California Chapter tied at third
- In first place for the Top Management Company Supporter was Landmark Limited from the Bay Area/Central California Chapter. In second place was Avalon Management Company Group, Inc., from the Greater Inland Empire Chapter, and third place was awarded to Optimum Professional Property Management from the Orange County Regional Chapter.
- The Chair’s Choice award, was given to Nathan McGuire of the Bay Area/Central California Chapter
- The Volunteer of the Year Award, given to Michael Huffman from Management Professionals, Inc., a member of the Greater Los Angeles Chapter.