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April 2020 Issue
Florida Association News
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Exploiting the Coronavirus: Watch out for These Scams!

posted by Evan Bradley, CFO, Campbell Property Management, March 24, 2020

Beware…The bad guys are preying on your fears and sending all sorts of scams related to the Coronavirus (COVID-19).
Below are some examples of the types of scams you should be on the lookout for: Read more 


Industry News and Articles

Keep in mind that some of the articles are directed toward HOAs or condos specifically, but most can be applied to all types of community associations.
 

COVID-19 Q&A for Conds. HOAs, & Co-ops: Keeping Pace With the Crisis

posted by The Cooperator South Florida, March 2020

The COVID-19 pandemic has brought unique and challenging situations to each of us. Our cooperative and condominium clients. Read more 

The 7th Annual Florida Community Association Journal’s Readers’ Choice Award Winners have been Announced

posted by Ashley Dietz Gray, Marketing Director, Campbell Property Management, March 6, 2020

top-pic-10The 7th annual Florida Community Association Journal’s Readers’ Choice Award winners have been announced! For the 7th year in a row, Campbell Property Management has won the Diamond Award, the highest level of recognition. Read more

“How to Minimize Coronavirus Risk in Fla. Residential Communities,” Daily Business Review

posted by Donna DiMaggio Berger, Becker Lawyers, March 5, 2020

With the number of cases of COVID-19 increasing in Florida and Gov. Ron DeSantis declaring a state of emergency, proactive community association boards and their management professionals are thinking about how this virus might impact their residential communities and what can be done to blunt the impact. Read more

Special Coronavirus Emergency Powers Edition: Board Emergency Powers for Condominium, Cooperative & Homeowners’ Associations

posted by Jeffrey Rembaum, Esq. of Kaye Bender Rembaum, March 18, 2020

Homeowner Association | Gerstin & AssociatesAll board members and managers should take a few moments and brush up on emergency powers approved  by the legislature and codified into Florida Statutes in Chapters 718, 719 and 720 for use during a “state of emergency.” Hopefully, your association will not need to use them. Read more

COVID-19: Technology and Social Distancing

posted by Becker, Florida Condo & HOA Law Blog, March 16, 2020

COVID-19 has introduced new challenges to the way we meet and work together in our communities. Many of our daily community association activities include in-person interaction, from regular meetings to conduct association business to elections and other membership votes. Read more

Operating Your Associations During the Coronavirus Outbreak

Steven R. Braten, Shareholder and Paula S. Marra, Senior Associate, Rosenbaum PLLC, March, 23rd 2020

The President of the United States has now declared a National Emergency to combat the coronavirus outbreak.  On March 10, 2020, Governor DeSantis declared a state of emergency to likewise combat the coronavirus outbreak in Florida.  A number of private and public organizations have suspended large gatherings to implement the social distancing recommendations of the Center for Disease Control (CDC). Read more

2020-2021 Florida Legislative Session: Under Review

posted by Siegfried Rivera, Florida HOA Lawyer Blog, March 9, 2020

This year’s legislative session is well underway, and there are a handful of bills that community associations should keep an eye on. Our firm is tracking the following bills that may have an impact on community associations, if passed. Read more

CALL ALERT: Covid-19 and Your Residential Community

posted By Donna DiMaggio Berger, CALL powered by Becker, March 5, 2020

There are now three confirmed cases of the Covid-19 virus in Florida: one in Manatee County and two in Hillsborough County. By the time you read this, there may be even more. As a result, Governor DeSantis has declared a State of Emergency. Read more‚Äč

How Should Community Associations Handle Meetings and Common Area Use Amid Coronavirus Outbreak?

posted by Siegfried Rivera, Florida HOA Lawyer Blog, March 13, 2020

The coronavirus pandemic has created a lot of uncertainty for community associations throughout Florida, especially concerning meetings and amenity use.  Management professionals and board members are left struggling between protecting their residents by taking measures to limit the spread of the virus and continuing to conduct business as usual. Read More


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April Tips

Shane's Spot: Begin any major landscaping changes this month

April is a great month to make any large landscaping changes you have had in mind, due mostly to the fact that you won't be dealing with the heat of the summer just yet. Some warm season plants you may consider adding to your garden this month are papaya and okra. As always, make sure that your plants are well watered every day.

As always, remember to install your sod green side up!

Shane HumblePresident

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We are looking for people to temporarily fill in at properties while Admins or Bookkeepers are away.

If you are interested, please email your resume to Diane Hanke at dhanke@campbellproperty.com.
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