You are reading the first post I am writing under the name of my new blog, the Community Association Law Blog. If you are reading this post, it is likely that you have followed my association blog for some time already now.
For the past decade, I have blogged about issues that confront all types of community associations throughout the U.S. and the world. A quick perusal of our archive reveals that we have covered an awful lot of ground together over the years.
Today my old blog URL was redirected without my knowledge to a law firm with whom I have no affiliation. Rather than risk any interference in my blog postings, I have created this new URL to continue without missing a beat.
Please make a note of the new Community Association Law Blog which can be found at www.communityassociationlawblog.com.
I look forward to many more years of sharing insights, experiences and some humor on the various issues that impact the millions of Americans who live in condominiums, cooperatives, homeowners' associations, mobile home parks and timeshare communities.
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