The Maui wildfires that tore through the historic town of Lahaina last week have become the deadliest in modern U.S. history, killing more than 100 people, reports The Washington Post. Homes, condominiums, schools, and businesses were reduced to rubble by the fast-moving inferno.
CAI is proud to be recognized with four EXCEL Awards by Association Media & Publishing, a premier membership organization serving the needs of association publishers, communication professionals, and designers. CAI has earned at least one EXCEL Award nearly every year for the past 16 years.
CAI is proud to announce it has surpassed the 45,000-member milestone while celebrating the organization’s 50th anniversary. CAI has added 2,000 members over the past year. This month, 827 new members joined the organization, and more than 80% of members renewed. CAI has grown by 10,000 members since 2018.
CAI leaders at the international, national, and local levels are constantly meeting to discuss ways to help community associations solve the new and recurring challenges homeowner leaders, community managers, and business partners face. Earlier this month, teams from CAI’s eight California chapters met in person to collaboratively problem solve.
Classified alongside pollutants from vehicles, pesticides, and more, pet waste is considered highly toxic and a nearly never-ending nuisance in community associations. Communities need to address the risks of pet waste head to ensure the safety of the environment and community members. Here are five strategies to follow.