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Building Your Association’s Website – What to Ask and How to Make it Happen

In my last CUP article – www.MyCondoNeedsAWebsite.com – I discussed the 2017 statutory changes that require associations with 150 or more units (which do not manage a timeshare) to have websites. This month, I continue the discussion by providing some important questions to ask anyone offering to create …

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Can My Association Send Notices Electronically?

Florida community associations are permitted to send membership meeting notices and certain board meeting notices to the owners electronically if the association obtains the written consent of the subject owner. The association attorney can assist in preparing the applicable consent form, which will need to include the designated e-mail address the owner wishes the …

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Participation in Social Media – Considerations for an Association

In an age where people increasingly rely on social media as their source for news, entertainment, and socialization, it is natural that community associations have begun to take a serious look at social media as a potential means of disseminating information to residents as well as fostering a sense of community spirit. While social …

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