CAI holds Leadership Luncheon January, 21, 2011

Tuesday, January 11, 2011 | posted by Sabine Liedel 11:08 AM


            Friday, January 21 at 11:30 AM in the Cafeteria of the Utah State Capitol, the Utah Chapter of the Community Associations Institute (UCCAI) will present a program on the proposed UCIOA bill. This bill will update and integrate law for all common interest subdivisions in Utah. It will affect the estimated 350,000 Utah residents who live in approximately 3,500 associations. Other community association legislation and issues will be discussed.

            Invited panel: Senator Michael Waddoups, President Utah State Senate; Senator Wayne Niederhauser, Senate Majority Whip and UCIOA sponsor, Representative Greg Froerer, House sponsor of UCIOA; Andrew Fortin, Esq., National VP Government and Public Relations, Community Associations Institute (CAI); Bruce Jenkins, Esq., Vice President CAI Utah Legislative Action Committee and lead drafter of UCIOA. John Morris, Esq., McKay & Burton, and Chair of CAI Utah Legislative Action Committee will moderate.

            Attendees are encouraged to join a grass roots campaign by making an appointment to visit their legislators after the program to discuss UCIOA and other community association issues.

            CAI is a national nonprofit association created in 1973 to educate and represent America’s over 231,000 residential condominium, cooperatives and homeowner associations and related professionals and service providers.  The Institute is dedicated to fostering vibrant, responsive, competent community associations that promote harmony, community and responsible leadership.

            For more information on this important program and on the Utah Chapter of CAI, contact Dennis Harris, Executive Director, at (801) 595-5977, or email him at Cost of the program and lunch is $25 for members and $45 for non-members.

            Registrations can be made via the Chapter’s website at

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