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17355 SW Boones Ferry Rd, Suite B
Lake Oswego, OR , 97035

503.635.0742

What does CAI do?

CAI provides resources, educational opportunities and advocacy by:

 - Serving as clearing house and research center on community associations;

 - Assisting members establish and operate successful association communities through publications, workshops, and technical assistance;

- Providing a national and state forum for discussing key issues in the field;

- Focusing attention on the concerns of community associations, managers and vendors.

By joining CAI, you automatically become a member of the Oregon Chapter of CAI as well as  CAI National .

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LAC

The CAI Oregon Legislative Action Committee (LAC), a committee of CAI Oregon, is the official voice of CAI with legislators and regulators in Oregon. CAI Oregon LAC exists to speak with one voice on legislative and regulatory matters that affect community associations, community association managers and CAI business partners. CAI Oregon LAC is made up of a balance of CAI members and appointees within the state. 

Goals of the Committee

The legislation that CAI Oregon LAC monitors, supports, or opposes has a direct impact on community associations. During its recent history, CAI Oregon LAC has influenced legislation affecting board and committee operations and covenant enforcement.

  • CAI Oregon LAC primarily reviews all house bills and senate bills which affect Oregon community associations and when necessary, immediately sends a legislative alert encouraging all CAI members to contact house members and senate members.

  • CAI Oregon LAC is proposing legislation in 2014 that will serve to strengthen the position of community associations in Oregon. Here is a link to the legislative tracking report that outlines the current legislation being monitored by CAI OLAC.

For more information, please contact Denise Bower, CAI OLAC Chair and Federal Liaison at deniseb@communitymgt.com.

 

VICE-CHAIR
Ms. Deana Doney
Re/Max Equity Group

SECRETARY
Ms. Karna Gustafson, Esq
Landye Bennett Blumstein, LLP

TREASURER
Mr. David T. Schwindt, RS
Schwindt & Co. Certified Public Accountants

CHAPTER DELEGATES
Mr. Marshall Fant
The Management Trust Northwest

Mr. Richard L. Thompson
Regenesis, Inc.

LAC DELEGATE
Mr. A. Richard Vial, Esq
Vial Fotheringham, LLP

LOBBYIST
Mr. Scott Barrie
Oregon Home Builders Association

G&PA STAFF LIAISON
Mr. Michael Hedge, Jr. 
Community Associations Institute