Dear Cyber Followers:
April 18, 2017 was the 100th day that the Arizona Legislature has been in session. Our firm is closely monitoring 14 community association-related bills at this time. For a copy of our weekly legislative update summary, please click here:
It has been a slow year for community associations so far in the Arizona legislature. One technical correction bill was passed with minimal impact to community associations (SB1060). Governor Ducey vetoed a bill that would prohibit cumulative voting in community associations (HB2321) and his veto letter indicated that he didn’t think that the government’s role was to regulate how homeowners associations vote. After years of regulation of community associations by the Arizona Legislature, this was a breath of fresh air! For a copy of the Governor’s Veto letter, please click here:
Our firm is closely monitoring HB2411 (further regulating open meetings in a community association) which will likely move to the Governor in the next week or so. A copy of the fact sheet on this bill (updated on 4/181/7) is below:
We will continue to update you on any developments in the coming weeks. Not only is it getting hot outside – it is also starting to heat up in the Arizona Legislature! Stay tuned!