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Annual Condo Association Conference Set for March 8

PLANTSVILLE — Having trouble with your condo association?

Then this meeting might just help you navigate the rules and regulations that should govern condo associations.

The Connecticut Chapter of the Community Associations Institute will hold its annual Condo / Home Owner Association Conference and Expo onMarch 8 at The Aqua Turf Club, 556 Mulberry St. in Plantsville, CT. The event is scheduled to begins at 8:30 a.m. with special breakfast meetings for Presidents and Property Managers of local condominiums and Home Owners Associations.

Attendees can expect to learn how to handle issues facing their condominium associations. Education sessions will cover topics as diverse as Liabilities and Responsibilities of the Homeowners Association, Following the Common Interest Ownership Act (CIOA) which was recently revised and impacts day to day governance, record keeping, and management of almost every condominium and HOA in the state. Session topics will also include Basic and Advanced CIOA, Managing Conflict within the Election Process, Budget Ratification, and Legislative Updates.

New this year is the opportunity for participants to have Lunch with the Experts, a roundtable where local condominium and HOA experts will answer questions in a casual roundtable manner.

More information and advance registration is available at the CAI-CT websitewww.caict.org or by calling the office at (860) 633-5692. CAI-CT Conference and Expo Committee Member Bob Gourley is available for interview or further comment and can be reached at bgourley@caict.org or by calling the CAI-CT office at (860) 633-5692.

CAI-CT President Rich Bouvier states “Volunteer leaders are the lifeblood of Connecticut’s condominium communities. Their volunteer efforts are offered to maintain, protect, and enhance the condominium communities in which they live. Volunteer leaders who seek to be educated and kept current about the ever-changing laws and best practices for condominiums turn to the Connecticut Chapter of the Community Associations Institute (CAI-CT). CAI-CT plays a vital role in providing that education every year at our Annual Condo / HOA Conference and Expo”.

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