Stars Shine Bright at A Night in Paris

Previous Next A Night in Paris – CAI Keystone’s 2022 Excellence Awards Gala – was held on Wednesday, November 30, 2022 at William Penn Inn in Gwynedd, Pennsylvania. This festive event sold out several weeks earlier and featured a gala record 180 guests who assembled to celebrate the chapter’s 2022  Excellence Awards nominees and winners, […]

Ice Dams: Danger From Above

ice dam forms on house exterior

Jacki Weston Silveri, CDMP, PCM | Eastern Diversified Services Prior to my employment at Eastern Diversified Services (EDS), I had the misfortune of incurring an ice dam at my own home. Until that day, I’d never even heard of an ice dam! Three of my children and I were enjoying a game of Monopoly and […]

CAI Keystone adopts strategic plan

Keystone CAI Arch logo

Keystone Chapter’s Board of Directors and Committee Chairs convened on June 23, 2022 for a strategic planning session facilitated by CAI’s Vice President of Membership & Chapter Relations, Crystal Wallace, CAE. The two objectives below were discussed at length and agreed to as priorities for the chapter for 2023-24. This strategic plan was subsequently adopted […]

Sign, Sign, Everywhere a Sign…in My Association

Hate Has No Home Sign

EDITOR’S NOTE: This article originally appeared on the Hoffman Law, LLC blog and is shared by permission of author Edward Hoffman, Jr., Esq., CCAL. Sign, sign, everywhere a signBlockin’ out the scenery, breakin’ my mindDo this, don’t do that, can’t you read the sign?“Signs” – Five Man Electrical Band (with Tesla – the band, not […]

CAI Adopts New Public Policy on the Regulation of Political and Noncommercial Signs and Flags

EDITOR’S NOTE: This article originally appeared on the CAI Advocacy Blog (https://advocacy.caionline.org/) and was posted on October 28, 2022. It is reprinted here by permission of CAI. Election season is here across the U.S., which often puts the subject of political sign regulations at the forefront of discussions between community association leaders and residents, legislators, […]

CAI Excellence Awards Nominees: Celebrating the Best & the Brightest

CAI is dedicated to building better communities. That mission is fulfilled, in large part, by the hard work and dedication of our many volunteers, members, and leaders. Every year, CAI recognizes our best and brightest members with the CAI Excellence Awards. These awards will be presented at our 2022 Excellence Awards Gala. We have received […]

Is Your Electrical Panel a Fire Hazard?

I have often said that one of my most important jobs as a manager is to protect my associations. That includes my boards, the buildings, and the residents. I can’t police my properties 24/7, but I can be mindful of possible hazards, and eliminate as many as possible. An insurance inspection at one of my […]

Key Tips to Help Avoid Costly Fraud Attempts

This article courtesy of Nicole Skaro, CMCA, EBP, CIT – a Division of First Citizens Bank, Community Association Banking Division (CAB) Unfortunately, HOA fraud is a reality – and many of us will experience firsthand such scam attempts. The good news is that by staying vigilant, we can better protect ourselves. Among those HOA scams, […]

Finding Peace in Chaos

Ciearra Neidigh, CMCA, AMS | CCR Management, INC. As an ice breaker, I always ask other professionals when their busy season is. Over the last few years, I’ve received mostly the same answer regardless of profession: it is always busy.  Staying busy is wonderful for profits and productivity, but it can be tough on the […]

2022 Mary Ann McNulty Memorial Golf Classic & Cornhole Invitational

golf outing

CAI Keystone is grateful to our sponsors and participants at our annual Mary Ann McNulty Memorial Golf Classic & Cornhole Invitational, held on Monday, September 26 at Cedarbrook Country Club in Blue Bell, PA. We had perfect weather for golf, cornhole, and networking! CAI’s annual golf outing is named in honor of longtime member, past-president, supporter, […]