On January 27, 2020, the Colorado legislature introduced SB 20-126 . If passed, the bill would prevent a community association from prohibiting a licensed child care center from operating in the community. Sponsored by Senators Story (D), Smallwood (R), and Representatives Roberts (D), and Van Winkle (R), SB 20-126 simply states: “any provision in theGo to Article

As the legislative process continues to move forward, certain bills may be introduced and fly under the radar which, if the bill reaches its full potential, could have great impact on the life of owners within a common interest community. HB 20-1004 is this type of bill. Titled “Concerning Wildfire Mitigation Assistance for Landowners”, itGo to Article

T’is the season for public elections and for community association annual meetings.  You probably assumed the last word in the title above to be “VOte.”  And yes, that’s one of the things we urge readers to do.  Everybody has positions, opinions, differences of opinion and even disagreements over both public policy and HOA governance.  WeGo to Article

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