Community Update – December 2019

Community Update – December 2019

As 2019 comes to a close, we look back at a selection of our most popular Community Update articles. Read on for a refresher on special assessments, juggling both your official association communications with your personal information, and speeding issues in your community. Also, we feature our top read article from our new Spanish feature and highlight other top hits from the year!

Unexpected expenses are sure to arise at some point during the life of a condominium building. Save yourself from unneeded legal expenses by learning the proper procedures for levying a special assessment in our first article, Special Assessments in Condo.”

Slow Your Roll: How to Address Speeding Issues in Your Association,” examines the best solutions for the common problems of speeding within private residential communities. What does the board have the power to do? Find out here!

“Who Said What?’ Board Officers Should be Careful How They Handle Their Official vs. Personal Communications to Members – Part I,” delves into why it is important to keep the message of community association boards, and the personal opinions of members separate. This is especially true in the age of social media.

Our last article, “Who Said What?’ When Members Use Social Media and Other Platforms to Inappropriately Communicate about Association Business – Part II,” discusses community associations and social media. What happens when an association member airs the board’s dirty laundry on Twitter? What options do you have?

This year we proudly launched CondoMundoUSA, a new Spanish feature in our monthly newsletter.
Make sure to check out our most popular article, La Agencia Revisa Pregunta Sobre Límites de Término.”