CCI Review Has Gone Digital
As you know, CCI is a non-profit organization. Funding for the organization mate- rializes from membership fees, advertising, sponsorships, and participation at events. COVID- 19 has put a definite and abrupt dent into this year’s budget plans. In order for us to follow health guidelines to insure that our members remain safe, postponements were put into place and new plans promptly organized so we could proceed to share while maintaining our budget goals. While going digital was in our strategic planning for the future, COVID-19 brought that forward very quickly, not only to meet the funding portion of printing and mailing but also to minimize the possibility of spreading the virus. Once we have finalized each edition of the CCI Review , the Administrator will send out an email Communique to all members, along with the link. The benefit to an online version of our newsletter, includes our ability to expand on the number of articles we share. We appreciate your under- standing in this new venture.
September 22 nd, 2020
We are all being chal- lenged with coming up with a plan of action rela- tive to meeting dates and whether we will be able to do it in-person or via so- cial media. For condominium corpo- rations: On May 12 th , 2020, the Government of Ontario passed Bill 190 which amended the Condo- minium Act, 1998 with a number of temporary , province-wide, changes to help condominium com- munities during the COVID-19 pandemic. Please visit the Condomin- ium Authority of Ontario for more information and updates. We will continue to follow guidelines put out by the Middlesex-London Public Health Unit relative to in- person meetings and noti- fy our members with in- formation on the process we will follow, all the while protecting our friends in the condomini- um communities.
We were thankful to revisit and produce the presentation on “Reserve Fund Studies, The Good, The Bad and The Ugly” on July 21 st , 2020 (postponed from March when we went into lock- down). It was an excellent and well organized event.
The Moderator Stefan Nespoli, P. Eng., Edison Engineers Inc.
Monitoring the Chat Section Jennifer Dickenson, BSc (Hons), RCM, Dickenson Condo Management
The Panel Laura Glithero, JD, Partner, Cohen Highley LLP
Séan Eglinton, ACCI, Condominium Manager, Thorne Property Management Ltd.
Joe McGowan, P. Eng., Project Manager, Edison Engineers Inc.
Time and again we also applaud and thank the awesome generosity of our business members who assist with financing all that we do to share with you. Thanks to our sponsors for their generosity to this July 21 st event. We also thank all those who RSVP’d in advance to “attend” the event. We realize the time commitment you are making for the benefit of your communities and businesses. We certainly appreciate your dedication to the responsibilities you assumed to make your communities stronger.
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