Community Association Leadership Lobby (CALL)


Search Perspectives

Show Filters

Area of Focus



Reset Filters

Direct all media inquiries to


Emotional Support Animal Bill Goes to the Governor

We are thinking of all of our CALL Members during these uncertain times and want to remind you that CALL remains a trusted resource for your community. Yesterday, Governor Ron DeSantis received the following bills from the Florida Legislature. The Governor has until June 30, 2020 to act on these bills.

Read More

2020 Florida Session: Legislative Update

If you’ve been wondering what happened to the legislation that the CALL Team tracked throughout Florida’s 2020 Session, we have been as well! All bills were held back and will not be released until Governor DeSantis receives revenue estimates to help him determine their fiscal impact. The State’s Operating Budget must be passed by July […]

Read More

The HEROES Act Spells Disaster for Community Associations

Your association’s ability to collect assessments is in grave danger because of H.R. 6800, the Health and Economic Recovery Omnibus Emergency Solutions Act or The HEROES Act! By the time you read this CALL Alert, this bill will have likely eked out a narrow passage in the U.S. House of Representatives. The next step is […]

Read More

Vacation Rentals and Community Association Omnibus Bill

As a reminder, we want to direct all our CALL members to Becker’s COVID-19 webpage which is an excellent resource for information updated daily on the impact of the virus on community associations. Click here to visit the website. And, for those of you looking for some non COVID-19 related news, we are happy to […]

Read More

Session Ends and Long Awaited ESA Bill Passes!

Before we jump into the outcome of Florida’s 2020 Legislative Session, it is very important to note that the CDC has stated that gatherings of 50 or more people should be postponed for the next eight weeks. Bars, clubs, theaters and other places of public accommodation throughout the Sunshine State are being closed or their capacity […]

Read More

Condos, Cruise Ships and COVID-19: Surprising Commonalities

The cruise ship industry has been particularly hard hit by COVID-19’s rapid spread amongst passengers. For those who were unfortunate enough to deal with a ship-board quarantine, the fact that they would eventually be able to disembark and return to their homes helped them cope. But what if your home posed the same risks as […]

Read More

Covid-19 and Your Residential Community

There are now three confirmed cases of the Covid-19 virus in Florida: one in Manatee County and two in Hillsborough County. By the time you read this, there may be even more. As a result, Governor DeSantis has declared a State of Emergency.  There is an increased risk for health care workers, individuals with respiratory […]

Read More