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All is Fair in Love and on Social Media

Fairness. Simply defined, it’s the impartial and just treatment or behavior without favoritism or discrimination. While we have all heard the adage, “Life is not fair,” and we know from life’s experiences that this is indeed true, concerted effort goes into making sure that fairness is experienced in as many areas of life as possible.

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Educational Events

Virginia Leadership Retreat

The Virginia Chapters of Community Associations Institute are pleased to present the 11th Annual Virginia Leadership Retreat for community association managers from July 25 to 28, 2019. Registration begins on Thursday at 1:00pm and classes will be held Friday through Sunday. The event will take place at The Omni Homestead Resort and prior registration is required. The courses offered will meet CAMICB and CAI with nine hours of continuing education credits for community association managers.

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As a CAI member you will have access to information on the trends in this rapidly changing industry-with practical knowledge, insights from leaders in the field, best practices, research, and tools you can use every day.

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Networking on the Riverboat

Join us for Happy Hour on the River! Set sail with WMCCAI, your colleagues, clients and friends as we network on the water.

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Board Meeting

WMCCAI's 15-member board of directors is responsible for the organization's policy and governance. In accordance with Community Associations Institute and WMCCAI bylaws,

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WEBINAR | How Safe Is Your Building's Electrical System?

Aging Electrical Systems must be addressed by the Association regardless of who is responsible for the wiring. Associations should plan for the replacement/upgrading of obsolete wiring and electric panels not only for the common areas but the individual units. Wiring and Panels over 30 years old are more susceptible to malfunctioning and are the leading cause of fires. Having a licensed electrician inspect the electrical systems and work with management and the Board to establish a plan for replacement has many benefits for all owners and residents.

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