From central antenna system requirements to satellite dish placement rules, community associations are facing a host of new regulations and service opportunities in the telecommunications arena, according to the Community Associations Institute. Now condominium, cooperative and homeowner associations can get comprehensive information and guidelines on new telecommunications technologies in one easy-to-use guide, "Getting Connected: The Community Association's Guide to Telecommunications Management."
"Getting Connected" offers a complete explanation of the impact of new federal telecommunications rules on all types of community associations in a user-friendly, spiral-bound format. Model contracts and documents provide turnkey assistance to community associations that are writing a telecommunications plan, considering the installation of telephone or cable television inside wiring, licensing the placement of a telecommunications tower or writing policies for satellite dish placement by residents, among other issues.
"Getting Connected" retails for $54.95; CAI members receive a 40 percent discount. For more information or to order, call CAE Central at 703/548-8600 or visit CAI's online bookstore and receive a ten percent discount off your total publications order.
The Community Associations Institute is a nonprofit association created in 1973 to educate and represent the nation's 205,000 community associations—condominium associations, homeowner associations and cooperatives. CAI members include homeowners, associations and related professionals and service providers.
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