BROOKLYN PARK, MN – October 9, 2018 –Associa Minnesota will be hosting a board member educational seminar on Thursday, October 25, 2018 from 5:30PM—8:30PM at its offices in Brooklyn Park, MN.
The session will host Michael Egelston, Associa OnCall vice president, and a panel of experts to provide information that will help associations comply with the 2019 MICOA statute regarding maintenance plans. The presentation will also cover industry topics including maintaining trees, asphalt, and concrete as well as the importance of reserve studies.
“Associa Minnesota is committed to the continued education of our board members and residents,” stated Jennifer Campbell, Associa Minnesota vice president. “We believe that knowledge is power, and we are offering this free seminar to help board members make informed maintenance decisions for the upcoming year. We encourage all residents to attend and participate.”
The event will offer attendees a networking opportunity and access to the seminar. Please RSVP to Danielle Saiko at email@example.com or 763.746.1186.
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