Condo/HOA Managers to Learn Tips on Recognizing and Responding to Hoarders

Mar 25, 2014

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

DATE:             March 25, 2014

CONTACT:     Tony Campisi, (610) 783-1315 x11, tony@cai-padelval.org

 

CONDO/HOA MANAGERS TO LEARN TIPS ON

RECOGNIZING, RESPONDING TO HOARDERS IN THEIR COMMUNITIES

Hoarders, and the issues they create, will be discussed in the unique context

of community association living


King of Prussia, PA.: In 2013, researchers designated hoarding as a mental disorder. That designation, and a hoarder’s impact on neighbors and the community at large within the unique context of condominium or homeowner association living will be the subject of an educational workshop for community association managers hosted by the Pennsylvania and Delaware Valley Chapter of Community Associations Institute (CAI). The three hour program, which includes continental breakfast, will start at 8:30 AM on April 1, 2014 and will be held at Plymouth Country Club in Plymouth Meeting, PA. Pre-registration is preferred as seating capacity is limited. Registration is $40 for members of CAI. Additional fees apply for non-members and late registrations. Individuals can register online at www.cai-padelval.org.

Speakers include attorney Scott A. MacNair, a shareholder with the law firm of Clemons Richter & Reiss in Doylestown, who previously served as an Assistant District Attorney with the Bucks County District Attorney’s Office. Scott also serves as co-counsel to Springfield Township, Haycock Township, Milford Township and Wrightstown Township and as the zoning hearing board solicitor for Richlandtown Borough and East Rockhill Township. The second speaker is Ted Middleman, Zoning Officer/Code Enforcement/Fire Marshal for Wrightstown Township, Bucks County, who also serves as the Emergency Management Coordinator for the Township and is a member of the Lower Moreland Township Zoning Hearing Board.

CAI is a 33,000 member organization dedicated to building better communities. Working in partnership with 60 state and regional chapters—including the Pennsylvania & Delaware Valley Chapter—CAI provides information, education and resources to associations and the professionals who support them. Our mission is to inspire professionalism, effective leadership and responsible citizenship, ideals reflected in communities that are preferred places to call home. For more information, call 877-608-9777 or visit www.cai-padelval.org.

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