Sentry Management’s Loudoun office hosted Board Education on Contemporary Issues in Rule Making. The session focused on Airbnb, Solar Panels and Fair Housing and was led by Olga Tseliak, Esq., of Chadwick, Washington, Moriarty, Elmore & Bunn, P.C. Board members from a number of local Associations were provided with information and guidance about how to navigate the challenges of creating and enforcing rules in their communities that are in line with the law.
The session gave Board members an opportunity to participate in the discussion, ask questions and leave with a better understanding of the role they play in keeping their Associations compliant with the law and their documents.
“As managers, our role is to help Boards make good decisions. We think the opportunity to bring in a legal professional to explain the complexities of modern issues and to meet others facing the same challenges is really valuable for our client Boards,” said Laura Poole, CMCA, AMS, PCAM, Division Manager- Loudoun VA.
The Sentry Loudoun office hosts several education sessions throughout the year.
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