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In the Arena Fighting for Members: Tony Milo, Colorado Contractors Association

Association Adviser

Tony Milo, executive director of the Colorado Contractors Association, shares how he creates change by actively listening and relying upon his team. The post In the Arena Fighting for Members: Tony Milo, Colorado Contractors Association appeared first on Association Adviser.

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Rocky Mountain excellence: Colorado community, its manager earn recognition

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The post Rocky Mountain excellence: Colorado community, its manager earn recognition appeared first on Ungated: Community Associations Institute Blog. The Rocky Mountain Chapter also recognized the Heritage Eagle Bend Golf Club at the event. >>Learn >>Learn more about the CAI Rocky Mountain Chapter. >>Learn

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Homeowners call for HOA reforms in Carolinas; Colorado has a model to acheive it

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Can we look to Colorado HOA’s as a model to organize and advocate to protect homeowners? After North Carolina’s Planned Community Act was signed into law in 1998, HOA’s have barely seen a difference. Find out by reading this article. Read More

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Facing Property Insurance Challenges

Colorado HOA Law

Skyrocketing premiums for property insurance coverage for many common interest communities in Colorado, particularly condominium projects, are becoming a financial nightmare for those communities impacted by the premium hikes and the homeowners who live in them.

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Association Offers Colorado Teachers Member-Driven Video Coaching

Associations Now

The right instructors might not be in the classroom, but in Colorado, they will be in easy reach digitally. The Colorado Education Association is incorporating video observation and feedback into its existing COpilot learning platform , collaborating with the video coaching vendor Edthena.

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Colorado Hospital Group Partners on Opioid Safety Pilot

Associations Now

In response to high levels of opioid use and abuse in the state, the Colorado Hospital Association launched an opioid safety pilot in a handful of the state’s hospitals and emergency departments. Colorado has the 12th-highest rate of prescription opioid abuse and misuse in the nation, according to the Colorado Hospital Association. “We

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Colorado Nonprofit Association Makes Learning Free to Members

Associations Now

The association that represents nonprofit organizations in Colorado is eliminating fees for its training programs and instituting a new learning recognition program. In the area of professional development, the Colorado Nonprofit Association is going from fee to free. This change expands the frequency of these offerings, Fagan said.