California Legislative Action Committee (CLAC)
Stay up to date on what is going on at the Capitol by reading the 'CLAC Corner' from CAI-CLAC's Lobbyist, Skip Daum or visit CAI-CLAC's website.
CLAC Corner: End of Session (2011) Update
Contribute to CLAC
To support CAI-CLAC and their efforts in protecting the interests of Community Association
residents, please consider the voluntary 'Buck A Door or More' fundraising efforts.
Click here for a Buck A Door Form or contribute online.
In 1984, the California Legislative Action Committee was formed. CLAC is a volunteer committee of CAI consisting of homeowners and professionals serving HOA's. It is the largest advocacy organization in America dedicated to monitoring legislation, educating elected state lawmakers and protecting the interests of those living in community associations in California. In the past, CLAC has been instrumental in working with the State legislators in the formulation of bills and enactment of laws relating to community associations.
Each bill relating to community associations is reviewed and analyzed. Thereafter, the entire committee votes to determine whether or not the bill will be supported, opposed, or another course of action will be taken. The bill is then carefully traced and reevaluated each time an amendment to the bill is made.
CAI-CLAC is a non-profit organization; and therefore it is necessary for CLAC to raise funds to continue to operate efficiently. If you would like to make a contribution, go here.
The national CAI website also extensively discusses national legislative issues relevant to homeowner associations.
CAI-Channel Islands Chapter's CLAC Representatives
Ruth Cederstrom, Concord Consulting & Association Services, CLAC Liaison
Jeffrey Beaumont, Esq., Beaumont Gitlin Tashjian, CLAC Delegate
Steve Roseman, Esq., Roseman & Associates, APC, CLAC Delegate
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