loading… As we all know, we wait around with baited breath to find out the fate of our favorite bills. Did they get out to committee? What did people say? Well, we no longer need to wait to find out about HB 23-1131. This was, in a very unromantic way, postponed indefinitely on Valentine’s Day. Go to Resource
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loading… Earlier this week, two new bills were introduced into the State House for consideration that are directly aimed at Homeowners’ Associations. HB 23-1127, dubbed as the “Customer’s Right to Use Energy”, adds additional protections into the Colorado Common Interest Ownership Act (“CCIOA”) for new green technologies. The bill, as currently drafted, adds “Micro Hydroelectricity”Go to Resource
loading… In eager anticipation of new legislation, the first of the homeowner association bills was introduced in the form of HB 23-1105. HB 23-1105 proposes to create task forces to investigate relationships between metro districts, district boards, homeowners’ associations and their boards and the owners they serve. If signed into law, these task forces willGo to Resource
loading… Unless you’ve been hiding under a rock, you know we’re headed for some extremely cold temperatures very soon (tonight!). And if you’re on a condo or townhome board, you know what’s next…frozen pipes and finger pointing. If you haven’t already done so, send an email blast (dare I say a cold blast?) to yourGo to Resource
loading… Dear Community Associations, Just around the corner is 2023, so…Happy New year! Here’s a new licensing requirement! Sincerely, The City and County of Denver. Might as well start the new year off with a bang! There are two updates to the Denver Revised Municipal Code (DRMC) Ordinance that provide new licensing requirements for long-termGo to Resource