Take Action: FEMA Denies Community Associations Disaster Assistance

Dec 19, 2012

CAI members impacted by Hurricane Sandy are facing high recovery costs as local governments are being denied Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) reimbursement for debris removal and other disaster recovery expenses in community associations.

This week, Congress is debating legislation to provide additional resources and flexibility for FEMA to fully respond to the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy. Your voice needs to be heard for CAI members in the affected regions to have equal access to federal disaster recovery programs.

CAI’s Federal Legislative Action Committee is asking for your help!

Contact your federal legislators and tell them community associations deserve equal access to disaster recovery resources. Use our communication system to contact your federal legislator and send them an email or letter today.  Click here and follow the directions to “Take Action”. 

For decades, community associations have been denied equal access to federal disaster recovery assistance. With your help and voice, this can change. Residents of community associations should be treated equally with all other taxpayers.

Don’t wait to get involved! Community associations deserve equal access to federal disaster assistance. Your call or letter will make a difference for community associations and CAI members across the country.

CAI is the only international organization dedicated to fostering competent, well-governed community associations. For nearly 40 years, CAI has been the leader in providing education and resources to the volunteer homeowner leaders who govern community associations and the professionals who support them. CAI’s more than 32,000 members include homeowners, professional managers, community management firms, and other professionals and companies that provide products and services to community associations. 


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