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Condo Media Magazine Thursday, January 19, 2017

Condo Media magazine, the official publication of CAI-NE, offers timely information and resources for New England communities. Monthly issues contain articles on association operations and management; national, state and local legislative updates; a classified directory of association service providers; calendar of regional events; frequently asked questions; and much more.

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January 2017
“If I had known there was going to be a budget increase, I would not have spent so much on holiday presents! Why didn’t the board tell us that this was going to happen?”
Patricia Brawley, CMCA, AMS, PCAM

While both the federal and state laws have long prohibited harassment in housing because of race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability, and familial status, until now there have been no formal standards for assessing claims of harassment under the Federal Fair Housing Act.
Pamela M. Jonah, Esq.

I have had discussions with many industry professionals who have endured recalls, but not had the good fortune (*snort*) to experience it first hand in my managing career. Alas, that experience is no longer on my bucket list:
Julie Adamen

People appreciate being kept up to speed on matters than concern them. On the other hand, people usually resent being kept in the dark about those same matters, and this resentment typically grows over time the longer the practice continues.
David C. Uitti, Esq.
I thought our play on the word “high” was over with our last article on condo drone use, but now we have Maine’s latest election resulting in the legalization of marijuana.
Jack Carr, P.E., RS, LEED-AP
It seems rather appropriate that I write this article on the heels of watching our great country’s presidential election upset.
Gary M. Daddario, Esq.
Recently I was reminded of the importance of documenting events and conversations. This reminder came about in connection with our office’s representation of a condominium association and its agent,
Pamela M. Jonah, Esq. and Ellen A. Shapiro, Esq.
The leaves are down, snow guns are back in action, and the legislators have been selected. The Vermont Legislature will convene during the first week of January and will typically adjourn in May.
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