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Issue #112 • May 2015
Impact of Governor's Mandatory Water Restrictions on Common Interest Developments
On April 1, 2015, California Governor Jerry Brown signed an Executive Order requiring that urban water usage throughout the state be cut by 25%. This follows prior 2014 Executive Orders and proclamations that a State of Emergency exists in California due to severe drought conditions.
The April 1 Executive Order is the first of its kind to impose mandatory water use restrictions on urban areas throughout the State. It will significantly impact common interest developments in the most populous parts of the State and how their associations manage water usage and align their policies and rules in support of the State's conservation goals.
Join Us for a Lighthearted Take on Construction Claims
Tyler, Chad and Julia will be presenting “A Funny Thing Happened on the way the Courthouse!” at the ECHO seminar on June 20, 2015. We encourage you to come and listen as we take on the unpopular and angst-provoking topic of construction claims and break it down into useful information bytes (ie., digestible meat and potatoes), with some humor along the way.
The show starts at 10:45 a.m. in the “Legal” room until Noon, and we hope you can make it. We will also be exhibiting at booths 216 and 315 before and after the presentation, and we encourage you to drop by with any questions or comments.
If you have our “save the date” postcard, bring it to our booth for a complimentary copy of our newest publication, “A Property Manager's Guide to Construction Defect Claims.” It's also available for sale on Amazon and the ECHO bookstore.
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