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Righting past wrongs: Utah and Connecticut simplify removal of discriminatory covenants


Community associations in Utah and Connecticut can now use a streamlined process to invalidate racially restrictive provisions contained in governing documents or in individual deeds of homes. Laws similar to the ones in Utah and Connecticut have passed in Washington state, Florida, and Maryland in recent years.

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Connecticut homeowner associations can no longer block solar installations

Community Associations Network

The provision was added to the 35-page Connecticut Clean Air Act before it was approved by lawmakers last session. Associations may still adopt rules on the size and placement of solar installations. Read the article………………………


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Everything Eventually Loses Its Shine

Elevating Engagement

Recently I spent some time on the Merritt Parkway in Connecticut, winding my way toward the lakes and mountains of Maine. My grandfather would have taken the route every Monday and Friday, heading to Manhattan to sell magazine ads in an industry journal and then home for the weekend in rural Connecticut.

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Engagement: You’re Doing It Right!

Spark Consulting

Even in one of the first collaborative white papers I produced, The Mission-Driven Volunteer , with Peggy Hoffman, we shared the story of the Oncology Nursing Society, where they were able to go from 1:26 active volunteer members to 1:5.

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What Is ADPPA And How Could It Affect Associations?


This is especially true as it comes at a time when five out of the fifty United States (California, Colorado, Connecticut, Utah, and Virginia) have their own data privacy laws.

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Five Years Post-GDPR, Data Privacy Even More Important

Associations Now

Three more states—Colorado, Connecticut, and Utah—have passed privacy laws that will go into effect later this year. Much has changed in the landscape since GDPR, including Brazil’s General Law for the Protection of Personal Data in 2020 and China’s Personal Information Protection Law (PIPL) in 2021.

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Please Help the Families of Newtown


Categories: News Tags: donation , Sandy Hook Elementary School On December 14, 2012 an extreme tragedy struck Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, Connecticut.