Associations may continue to hold Board meetings or annual meetings virtually or telephonically without designating a physical location for the meeting, at least until March 31, 2022, pursuant to the Governor’s recent extension of the declaration of emergency based on Covid 19.
HISTORICALLY, and without such declaration of emergency being in effect, in order to meet virtually or by teleconference,... Read More
Last week, we informed you about the State’s “full reopening” of the economy that occurred on June 15, and explained what it means for your communities. Today’s newsletter is intended to update and replace last week’s newsletter. The most significant update involves Cal/OSHA’s new workplace mask standards, designed to align closely with California’s general mask guidance. This newsletter is... Read More
We’ve received many inquiries from our clients on the status of the State’s COVID restrictions, as there appears to have been much confusion and conflicting news on what “full reopening” means. This Newsletter is intended to respond to the most frequently asked questions that we’ve received about the reopening of California’s economy, so that you can effectively manage your... Read More
April 22, 2021. With the continued drop in COVID cases, the California Department of Public Health (CDPH) just issued two sets of new guidelines allowing in-person private events and private gatherings. The bad news is that these new guidelines are unusually cumbersome and difficult to understand and follow. The good news is that, we expect “bright-line” guidelines will filter... Read More
Effective April 7, San Diego, Riverside and San Bernardino Counties are joining Los Angeles and Orange Counties in shifting to the State’s less restrictive “Orange Tier,” from the Red Tier. This newsletter summarizes what this means to your communities.
New Developments. But first, we’d like to inform you of some other new developments.
Gatherings. Beginning April 15, the State will be... Read More
We are happy to share more good news on the COVID front. As of today (March 31), Los Angeles and Orange Counties have both shifted to the State’s “Orange Tier,” as the daily rate of new infections has decreased substantially from last month. The relaxed COVID restrictions are now in effect in Orange County. In LA County, Public Health... Read More
We are happy to share some more good news on the COVID front. As of today (Tuesday, March 16), San Diego and Riverside Counties have both joined Los Angeles, Orange and San Bernardino Counties in shifting from the State’s most restrictive “Purple Tier” to its “Red Tier.” This means that all Southern California is now within the Red Tier. ... Read More
We are happy to share some good news on the COVID front. As of today (Monday, March 15), Los Angeles, Orange and San Bernardino Counties have all shifted from the State’s most restrictive “Purple Tier” to its “Red Tier.” This newsletter summarizes what this means to your communities in Los Angeles, Orange and San Bernardino Counties. For San Diego... Read More
We’ve been receiving many inquiries about the State’s lifting of the Regional Stay Home Order on January 25, 2021, and what that means to your communities. As of February 12, 2021, all Southern California counties are still in the State’s most restrictive “Purple Tier.” Here is a summary of Purple Tier Restrictions that apply now to Orange, San Diego,... Read More
A couple days ago, we informed you about the State of California’s new “Regional Stay-at-Home Order” which is in effect in all of Southern California until at least December 28, 2020.
The State has announced one important change to the restrictions contained in the Order. While the Order initially required all indoor and outdoor playgrounds to close, the State has... Read More
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