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Community Living Newsletter Articles

Read articles from LAC members and guest writers giving updates on the LAC’s latest activitie and legilative involvements taken from quarterly installments of UCCAI’s quarterly newsletter, Community Living.

2010

2010 Q3 – John Morris, “LAC Dedicated to Passing UCIOA”

2010 Q4 – John Morris, “Can the Utah LAC Be Effective Without Political Donations?”

2011

2011 Q1 – John Morris, “LAC Legislative Update”

2011 Q2 – Brent Godfrey, “Insurance Changes: Now There are Better Answers to Complex Questions”

2011 Q2 – Bruce Jenkins, “HOAs Benefit from UCIOA Light”

2011 Q2 – John Morris, “Obtaining Lien Payoffs”

2011 Q2 – John Morris, “The Next Big Step For the LAC”

2011 Q2 – Mike Poirier, “Amendments to Utah Reserve Analysis Requirements”

2011 Q2 – Senator Michael Waddoups, “Utah Political Success Story”

2011 Q2 – Matthew Winn/Julie Ladle, HB175/SB117

2011 Q3 – Mindy Knudsen, “Survey Says…”

2011 Q4 – LaMond Woods, “2011 Will Be Remembered”

2012

2012 Q1 – John Morris, “2012 Legislation”

2012 Q2 – Beat Koszinowski, “SB 167: Raising the Excitement Bar on Insurance”

2012 Q2 – Bruce Jenkins, “2012 Legislation”

2012 Q3 – LaMond Woods bio, “New LAC Chair”

2012 Q4 – Quinn Sperry, “Considerations for Amending CC&Rs”

2013

2013 Q1 – John Morris, “Checking in With the LAC”

2013 Q2 – LaMond Woods, “Intro to Legislative Issue”

2013 Q2 – Bruce Jenkins, “Reserve Law Changes”

2013 Q2 – David Houston, “ARC Plan Approvals”

2013 Q2 – John Morris, “Consolidation of Multiple Units”

2013 Q2 – John Richards “Removing/Altering Partition Between Adjoining Units”

2013 Q2 – Michael Johnson, “Insurance Law Changes”

2013 Q2 – Michael  Miller, “Common Area and Repair”

2013 Q3 – LaMond Woods, “Resolving Ambiguities”

2014

2014 Q2 – Bruce Jenkins, “Passed: Senate Bill 147”

2014 Q2 – Michael Miller, “Passed: House Bill 350”

2014 Q2 – John Morris, “Failed: House Bill 172”

2014 Q2 – Brandon Myers, “Failed: House Bill 89”

2014 Q2 – John Richards, “Passed: House Bill 115”

2014 Q2 – Robert Rosing, “Passed: House Bill 26S01”

2014 Q2 – LaMond Woods, “Failed: House Bill 396”

2014 Q3 – LaMond Woods, “Synergy On the Hill: Building Cooperation for 2015”

2014 Q4 – LaMond Woods, “Management Ethics: The 2015 Manager Registration Act”

2015

2015 Q1 – LaMond Woods, “Gearing Up: The 2015 Legislative Session”

2015 Q2 – David Houston, “House Bill 99: Open Meetings Law”

2015 Q2 – Bruce Jenkins, “House Bill 98: Restrictions on Rentals”

2015 Q2 – Ray Kimber, “House Bill 304: An HOA Spring Story and a Lesson About HB 304”

2015 Q2 – Michael Miller/John Morris, SB218/HB98

2015 Q2 – John Richards, “Senate Bill 118: Regarding Community Association Records”

2015 Q2 – LaMond Woods, “Legal Reflections: Looking Back on Progress”

2015 Q3 – Lamond Woods & Sarah Crawford “New Leadership & A Full Legislative Plate for 2015-16”

2015 Q4 – Sarah Crawford “New Session: A New Year of Exciting LAC Activity”

2016

2016 Q2 – Sarah Crawford, “Committee Updates: The LAC’s 2017 Legislative Session Work”

2016 Q2 – Jason Sucher, “HB 451: Solar Legislation and Utah Homes”

2016 Q2 – John Richards, “HB 273: Rental Restrictions”

2016 Q2 – Michael Miller, “SB 40: Board Action Without a Meeting”

2017

2017 Q2 – Michael Johnson, “On the Hill”

2017 Q2 – David Houston, “HB75: Board Action Without a Meeting”

2017 Q2 – John Morris, “HB157: Developers Ask For and Utah Lawmakers Deliver More Legal Protection”

2017 Q2 – Michael Miller, “HB201: Hierarchy of Documents”

2017 Q2 – Bruce Jenkins, “HB243: Transfer of Common Property”

2017 Q2 – LaMond Woods, “HB253: Short-Term Rental Amendments”

2017 Q2 – John Richards, “SB154: Solar Access Amendments”

2017 Q3 – Michael Johnson, “Sub-Committee: Stakeholder Meeting: Legislator/Sponsor: LAC Representatives”

 

 

National Mortgage Articles

View monthly articles from CAI’s Government and Public Affairs Department, which has launched the Mortgage Matters Program to keep people updated on the many developments and changes happening in Washington on issues related to mortgages and community associations.

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August 2012

CAI took a brief break from these articles and has now continued them for 2013

February 2013