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By Nathan R. McGuire, Esq.
October of last year marked the end of the legislative session in California and Halloween was a fitting backdrop for some of the year’s nightmarish results. While there was good mixed in with the bad, some of the legislation passed this year could turn out to be the most challenging ever to community associations, including SB 323 and AB 670. CAI’s California Legislative Action Committee (CAI-CLAC) fought hard and had great success in light of overwhelming political obstacles. Believe it or not, the horrific aspects of SB 323 would have been doubly dreadful if not for staunch opposition from CAI-CLAC.
Senate Bill 323 – Elections and E-mail Address Disclosure
Last year I talked about the defeat of SB 1265, which sought to interfere unnecessarily with community association elections. Governor Brown vetoed the bill, stating:
“California has over 50,000 common interest developments varying in purpose and size. Each...
Now is the time to recognize those individuals and companies that have gone above and beyond to deliver services to their communities and assist the CAI Bay Area & Central California chapter. Please make your nominations no later than October 1st.