“Electric Car Charging Stations in Community Associations: 5 Things to Consider” – KSN attorney David Savitt discusses electric car charging stations in community associations. He reviews five factors including what to consider when reviewing a request to install an electric car charging station, costs, and more. (12 mins.)
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On Friday September 18, 2020, Illinois Governor Pritzker issued the latest in a series of Executive Orders addressing the COVID-19 pandemic.
Executive Order 2020-55 extends the moratorium on Illinois evictions until Saturday October 17, 2020.
Due to its connection to the Gubernatorial disaster proclamation in response to the spread of coronavirus, the eviction moratorium must be renewed every … Read More ›
As temperatures change, community associations often see an increase in the number of pest-related complaints. Determining the best way to deal with bed bugs, rodents, termites, and other pest complaints can be a challenge for board members and property managers who must juggle a variety of competing interests in order to best serve their communities.
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Due to changes in legislation, Illinois condominium, homeowner, and townhome associations with at least one Illinois employee are required to provide sexual harassment prevention training on an annual basis.
Types of community association employees can include door staff, security guards, lifeguards, and maintenance staff.
If associations utilize vendor services, the vendor must provide the appropriate training to … Read More ›