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Board Members – Continuing Education for Life! by Mary Faith Nugiel, President, RCP

You like the look of the place.  You like the feel of the place.  Maybe there’s a pool, a clubhouse, some tennis courts.  It feels like it could be home.  So, you move into a community association.  It’s everything you

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How to Destress when your Ride Home Becomes a Walk Down the Hallway by Shawna Zuhl

 A year ago, my employer approved for me to work from home one day a week and let me tell you, it was Music to my ears! That’s how I felt when my employer announced that we can now have

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During a pandemic, you’re in an elevator, the door opens, and someone steps in wearing no mask, stands right next to you, and starts pressing the buttons with their naked fingers. What do you do? You see your coworker in

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CAI-NJ Appeals New DCA Regulations – by Griffin Alexander

On May 18, 2020, Regulations to the Planned Real Estate Development Full Disclosure Act (PREFDA) were adopted and published by the New Jersey Department of Community Affairs (DCA), without giving community associations an opportunity to prepare to implement them. By

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CAI’s New Civility Pledge – Please consider adopting in your community

Community associations are comprised of people with different ideals, preferences, and values. The Community Association Civility Pledge provides a framework for effective community conversations. How we talk about things matters. While we may be able to share our views with

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Effective communication: 5 simple tips for preventing conflict in your community By Daniel Brannigan

Communication is an integral part of every successful community association’s operations. Effective communication is the cure to so many problems, it should come as no surprise that it’s also often the best way to prevent conflicts, disputes, and misunderstandings. A

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