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Hudson Valley CAI

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Who we are

CAI is an international organization dedicated to building better communities, CAI provides information, education and resources to all community association stakeholders, including community managers and homeowner leaders.

The Hudson Valley Chapter covers a large portion of New York and it's mission is to inspire professionalism, effective leadership and responsible citizenship—ideals reflected in communities that are preferred places to call home. Find out how we fulfill that mission.

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CAI offers several membership opportunities.  Click the appropriate membership category below to learn about member benefits and resources.   Your membership total includes membership dues, a mandatory advocacy support fee and an optional donation to the Foundation for Community Association Research

Membership dues are non-refundable.

Homeowners, Board Members and other Community Leaders
The annual membership dues (for one board member) are $124.
  Dues and Advocacy Support Fees are based on board size.

Community Managers 
The annual membership dues are $134.

Association Management Companies 
The annual membership dues are $410.

Business Partners 
The annual membership dues are $560.

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26 February 2015

Seminar • Networking : Feb. 26th, 6pm-7:30pm

Posted in Hudson Valley CAI

ATTN: BOARD MEMBERS & PROPERTY MANAGERS 

 

Ice Damming, Mold and Water Damage

 

Leaks, Ice Damming, Mold – Who’s responsible?

 

Water Damage – Who is responsible the Association or the Unit Owner?

 

Thursday, February 26, 2015, 6:00 pm - 7:30 pm

 

LOCATION: Hilton Garden Inn Newburgh 15 Crossroads Ct., Newburgh, NY 12550

 

Networking Session from 6:00 pm - 6:30 pm Refreshments Provided

13 November 2014

Chapter Event • November 13th, 2014 • 5pm-7pm

Posted in Hudson Valley CAI

 

2014 Chapter Event

Last CAI Event for 2014!

Hilton Garden Inn Newburgh • 15 Crossroads Ct. Newburgh, NY 12550 

 

November 13th, 2014 5pm-7pm

 

Have fall fun with some beer tastings from:

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No charge for board members and managers. 

 

CAI vendor members are $40, non-CAI vendor members are $60.

 

Space is limited. Attendees are strongly encouraged to register ASAP.

17 October 2014

We have a new office manager. Some of us on the board feel the manager may also be in the employment of our association attorney's law firm. Do we have a right to request our attorney state on the record if that is the case?

Posted in Hudson Valley CAI, Michigan, Indiana, New York City - Big Apple CAI, Question Answers

AHNQAQuestion:

We have a new office manager. Some of us on the board feel the manager may also be in the employment of our association attorney's law firm. Do we have a right to request our attorney state on the record if that is the case?

16 October 2014

If an amendment to the bylaws is passed, isn't the board obligated to mail the amendment out to the residents?

Posted in Hudson Valley CAI, Michigan, Ohio, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, New York City - Big Apple CAI, Question Answers

AHNQAQuestion:

If an amendment to the bylaws is passed, isn't the board obligated to mail the amendment out to the residents so that they may add it to their community documents?

15 October 2014

Our clubhouse is locked and rented according to our documents not only for meetings and parties, but also for lodging. This prevents access "in the common areas" by the members. Is this legal?

Posted in Hudson Valley CAI, Michigan, Indiana, Pennsylvania, New York City - Big Apple CAI, Question Answers

AHNQAQuestion:

Our clubhouse is locked and rented according to our documents not only for meetings and parties, but also for lodging. This prevents access "in the common areas" by the members. Is this legal?

06 October 2014

CAI Hudson Valley: What to Expect From the 2014 Trade Show

Posted in Hudson Valley CAI, Featured

On October 11th, 2014, the Hudson Valley New York Chapter of CAI holds its trade show in Fishkill, NY, at the Ramada Inn & Conference Center on Route 9. David Byrne, attorney from Herrick Feinstein, LLP, and President of the Hudson Valley Chapter, gave an overview of the show and an explanation of the important information that will be shared with all board members and property managers.

06 October 2014

Notes from the Seminar Speakers: 2014 Trade Show

Posted in Hudson Valley CAI, Featured

The Hudson Valley Chapter of CAI holds its 2014 Conference and Trade Show on October 11th from 9AM-2PM. The show features a variety of seminars and educational sessions, along with a legal Q&A, that take place throughout the day. The first morning sessions, from 9:00-9:45, include a managers’ session, “Be Wise About How You Advise,” and a board members’ session, “Can We Do This?”

24 September 2014

Tips from the Manager: Saving Money in Your HOA

Posted in Hudson Valley CAI, Featured, Michigan, Indiana, Ohio, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, New York City - Big Apple CAI, Missouri

Tips_for_associations-1.jpgHomeowners associations should always be on the lookout for the most effective means of promoting good economic stability. We’ve asked Mary Grabley, CMCA and AMS, a manager at Access Property Management in Flemington, NJ, about some of the ways an HOA can better ensure that it conducts itself within its financial limits. Her tips offer HOAs a guide for navigating more difficult economic times.

09 September 2014

If our condo wants to provide a directory of everyones names and phone numbers, do they have to get approval from all residents?

Posted in Hudson Valley CAI, Michigan, Indiana, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, New York City - Big Apple CAI, Question Answers

AHNQAQuestion:

If our condo wants to provide a directory of everyones names and phone numbers, do they have to get approval from all residents?

08 September 2014

Can the Board establish an Operating Reserve Fund to supplement the Operating Fund?

Posted in Hudson Valley CAI, Michigan, Indiana, Pennsylvania, New York City - Big Apple CAI, Question Answers

AHNQAQuestion:

Can the Board establish a Operating Reserve Fund to supplement the Operating Fund?

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