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The beginning of a new year is a good time to review the purpose and mission of CAI’s New Jersey


Legislative Action Committee (NJ LAC), and to report to you our legislative and regulatory priorities for the upcoming year. Looking back to when I wrote my January 2020 Legislative Update column, little did we know what was soon to occur that would change our lives so drastically, from the oncoming pandemic and resulting lock-down, to the publishing of the Radburn election and meeting regulations, to a tumultuous national and local election season. But we persevered and are now prepared to start anew in 2021.


As you know, our committee members are dedicated volunteers who donate their time and talents to achieving our goal of improving the lives of our community association members and empowering the professionals and business partners who work every day in the field of common interest community management and governance. There are homeowner leaders, community managers, insurance specialists, attorneys, and accounting professionals on the LAC, each bringing their own expertise, experience, and knowledge to our efforts to impact legislation to benefit our constituents.


The LAC’s stated purpose and mission is to allow, “CAI to speak with one voice on legislative and regulatory matters that affect community associations, community association managers and CAI business partners.” Technically, the NJ LAC is a committee of CAI’s national office in Washington that serves the State of New Jersey, which is also served by two CAI chapters, the NJ Chapter and the Pennsylvania & Delaware Valley Chapter. We review all pending legislation that could potentially impact our constituents and report our support (or opposition) to New Jersey’s legislators.


We also initiate legislation and regulatory changes to address issues faced by our constituents for which there is no current remedy. If you are reading this column you likely either live or work in a common interest community. You are our “eyes and ears” on the ground and we depend on you to report to us the issues you face and the problems you need solved. Our effectiveness as a group depends in


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2021 LEGISLATIVE ADVOCATES GOVERNOR LEVEL • $1,000 +


SENATOR LEVEL • $500 - $999


REPRESENTATIVE LEVEL • $250 - $499 CONSTITUENT LEVEL • $100 - $249


2020 COMMUNITY SUPPORTERS


$1000 or more Hershey's Mill HOA


Saw Creek Estates $501 - $999


Birchwood Lakes Community Association Morgandale Condominium Association Penn Estates POA


$251-$500


A Pocono Country Place POA Hemlock Farms


Old Forge Crossing Condominium Association Up to $250


1219 W. Wynnewood Condominium Assocciation 2100 Bryn Mawr Place


Belmont Community Association Regency at Upper Dublin


Village Grande at Millers Run Villas at Lamplighter Village


Wallenpaupack Lake Estates POA


Please support the efforts of PA LAC. Learn more and make a donation:


www.cai-padelval.org/advocate/support-our-efforts www.cai-padelval.org 19


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