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Balancing Expression and Harmony: Political Signs in Community Associations

JULY 31, 2:00 p.m. ET​

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As a contentious 2024 election season begins, board members and community managers are faced with the prospect of ugly divisions, homeowner conflict, and even vulgar or offensive material being posted in their community. How can a community respond responsibly in a way that honors individual rights, community governing documents as well as existing state and federal law?

Join our panel of experts as it covers:

  • The wide variance of st​ate laws and the importance of reviewing governing documents and seeking counsel.
  • Best policy and practices to protect property values while also respecting homeowners' rights.
  • Techniques to avoid a more hostile and polarized community.






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Presenter​s:

Attorney Kelly C. Elmore is a principal at Kovitz|Schifrin|Nesbit in Chicago. She advises community associations on all aspects of corporate law including association contracts, amendments to declarations and bylaws, covenant violations/rule enforcement, architectural review process, special assessment process, board elections, assessment collection, foreclosures and bankruptcy issues, developer turnover, construction defect disputes, and contract review. Kelly has been a contributor to Common Ground and is a frequent lecturer and guest panelist on various association issues for CAI legal forums


Richard Orduno, CMCA, AMS, PCAM serves as regional vice president for the Raleigh, N.C., region of Community Association Management Service. He has held various roles including community manager, vice president, and president. Orduno also has cowritten and taught several continuing education courses. 


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