CAI-LI Membership Meeting & See more exciting events;
Presentation by National Grid
Energy Savings! Ideas to Help You & Your Community Reduce Annual ExpensesThursday, March 24, 2016 at 6:00 pm
Capital One Bank
275 Broadhollow Road, Melville
An energy-efficient home means lower energy bills every month and a more comfortable home all year round. Upgrading to natural gas may be good for your budget, your community’s bottom line, and also help protect the environment. Gas conversions offer reliability, convenience, and cleanliness. With generous incentives, National Grid makes it simple to make the switch and convert to clean, efficient natural gas. Plus, our panel of energy experts will help you identify other ways to save energy throughout your individual homes with National Grid right beside you every step of the way. Please join us on Thursday, March 24th, 2016 as we spend an evening with the following representatives from National Grid -
Valarie Hunter, Client Relationship Representative
Susan Montano, Client Relationship Representative
Susan Wallner, Client Relationship Representative
& their trusted energy business partners -
Neal Ross, Owner — NH Ross Plumbing and Heating
Ali Adler, Director of Partnerships — SEALED
CAI-LI March 24, 2016 Membership Meeting Invitation
Please RSVP by Monday, March 21, 2016 to Christine M. Majid, Executive Director by email: [email protected] or phone: 631-882-8683.
2016 CAI-LI Upcoming Events
CAI - LI Chapter News
Serving Long Island, New York
Published by the Long Island Chapter of CAI
Issue No. 31 – Winter 2016
INSIDE THIS ISSUE:
Protecting your home in Winter Months
By GINA MARZANO, MARCOR CONSTRUCTION, INC
By PATRICK J. MATHEIS - ASSISANT VICE PRESIDENT, M&T BANK, CAI -LI CHAPTER PRESIDENT FOR 2016
CAI Advocacy Summit – Washington, D.C.
By EDWARD M. TAYLOR, ESQ., TAYLOR, ELDRIDGE & ENDRES, P.C.
Condo Lien as a Continuing Lien- And Why Condos and Lenders Care
By BRUCE J. BERGMAN, ESQ. OF BERKMAN, HENOCH, PETERSON, PEDDY & FENCHEL, P.C.
Non-Compete Agreements in the World of Community Association Management — Take’em or Leave’em? Part I
By MARGEY MEYER, PRESIDENT OF CADREXPERTS, LLC
Stop Using Your Tax Refund on Avoidable Expenses
By ERIC B. CLEMENTE, ALURE HOME IMPROVEMENTS, INC.
Chapter Event Calendar and More…..
CAI-LI Winter 2016 Newsletter
Community Associations Institute — Long Island Chapter
P.O. Box 221, Commack, NY 11725 ●631-882-8683 ●[email protected] ●www.cai-li.org
CAI National Office 1-888-224-4321 ● www.caionline.org
Get to Know CAI National & Member Benefits
By Thomas M. Skiba, CAE
The Long Island Chapter of the Community Associations Institute is one of 60 CAI chapters, and while the chapter provides a wealth of member benefits, your member benefits include everything our national organization has to offer as well. If you are not aware of these myriad benefits, you’re not taking full advantage of your CAI membership.
With that in mind, here is a primer on your national organization—what we do, how we serve you and what and we accomplish on behalf of your associations, your professions and the more than 60 million Americans who make their homes in common-interest communities.2015-2016 CAI Primer For Chapters
The 2013 Community Association Fact Book
The Community Association Fact Book was developed to support the Foundation's mission of providing research-based information to all community association stakeholders - homeowners, board members, management professionals as well as attorneys, accountants, developers, mortgage lenders, federal agencies, public officials and others - all who work with the Foundation and CAI to build better communities.
Published by the Foundation for Community Association Research, the 2013 Community Association Fact Book is the most comprehensive compendium of state and national community association statistics ever assembled.
The Fact Book is available at www.cairf.org/factbook