The Federal Aviation Administration estimated that over 2 million drones would be sold in the United States during 2019. The proliferation of these unmanned aircrafts has created unique concerns involving privacy, access, and safety.
Below are five considerations involving drone use in condominium, homeowner, and townhome associations.
Presently, the FAA prohibits commercial drones unless the government … Read More ›
Governor Pritzker is expected to sign legislation known as the Cannabis Regulation and Tax Act and the Cannabis Control Act. As a result of such action, on January 1, 2020, Illinois will join the limited number of states that have legalized the recreational use of Marijuana.
Importantly, this legislation also amends the Illinois Condominium Property Act … Read More ›
Homeowners are “going green” with small-scale sustainability efforts in an effort to reduce their energy footprint. Wind turbine, rain water collection, and composting systems have become viable renewable, clean energy options. In particular, residential solar technology has gained popularity due to accessible technology, streamlined equipment, and decreased installation costs.
Simultaneously, associations have evaluated how solar technology … Read More ›
A swimming pool in a condominium or homeowner Association can be a welcome amenity to residents. However, it is important that the Association implement rules and regulations that are suited for the community and address potential legal issues.
Here are four safety tips your Association should consider that address pool upkeep and liability.
Check pool … Read More ›