There is no question that there is
strength in numbers, but those numbers have to work in unison towards
a common goal. Over the years the industry that services the
country's ever increasing number of mandatory membership common
ownership developments has been organized, and at least on the
surface, has been marching to the beat of the same drummer. The
homeowners on the other hand, who far outnumber the industry members,
have been, for the most part content to just let things be. But
times they are a changing and the homeowners are starting to take a
more active role in the whole concept.
California, New Jersey and now Florida
have all hosted conferences. These conferences were set up by
the homeowners for the homeowners. Will these conferences become
annual events? Will other states follow suit?
You will hear
some of the presentations and comments from the homeowners at the
latest homeowner conference organized and hosted by Cyber Citizens for
Justice. This clip was recorded on Friday evening at the opening
session in Fort Lauderdale, Florida.
Beanie Adolph (TX), HOA-Data and Texas Homeowners for HOA Reform, Inc.
Shu Bartholomew (VA), Radio Host "On The Commons"
Mark Benson ( CAM COUNCIL)
Dr. Virgil Rizzo, Esq., Florida ’s First Condo Ombudsman
David Kahne, Esq. (TX), Author “AARP Bill of Rights for Homeowners in Associations”
David Goldenberg, Ph.D. Author: Creating Home Owner & Condo Association Documents; Secretary CCFJ, Inc.
Maida Genser, President Citizens For Pets In Condos, Emotional Support Animals