While I celebrate 2020 now being in the past, I send you best wishes for a successful 2021. May we all have toilet paper, hand sanitizer, hope, and optimism in abundant supply in this new year. Last year was the year that was broken, in many cases. It was the year of broken concert toursGo to Resource
Social distancing necessitated by COVID-19 has caused many community associations to temporarily delay or postpone homeowner meetings and meetings of the association’s Board of Directors. As times begin to return to some semblance of normal, holding virtual meetings using online platforms including Zoom and Webex has gained in popularity. Such technology has allowed associations toGo to Resource
Elections are only five months away and considering current events around the country, they are bound to be dramatic at the least. It seems now, more than ever, citizens have very strong opinions about political leaders, issues, and ballot measures, all of which we are likely to see during the 2020 elections. What does thisGo to Resource
Short answer: Yes, an association can regulate solar panels and satellite dishes. However, an association cannot ban them in certain areas as solar panels are protected by Colorado law and satellite dishes are protected by federal law. And, the scope of the association’s regulation authority depends on whether the home is a single family homeGo to Resource
Elina is quoted in this article “Condo/HOA Board Interim Positions, Explained” published by www.HOALeader.com.