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Dear Colorado CAI Members,


Friday, Governor Polis vetoed our CAM licensing bill, HB1212, along with three other licensing bills and two non-related bills - you can read the Colorado Sun’s coverage of the Friday night vetoes here. Ultimately, HB1212 would have extended the current CAM licensing program for one year to allow stakeholders to meet over the summer/fall and come up with a new structure that would work for everyone. You can read the final bill in full here.


Friday evening CLAC, along with the bill sponsors, sent out a media release regarding the veto that you can read here.


Governor Polis issued a veto statement about why he vetoed the bill along with an executive order for a broad scope review to be done by DORA regarding HOAs, including managers. I encourage you to read both of these documents.


As of July 1, 2019 the CAM licensing program will no longer exist. This means that you will not have to renew your license. We do hope that managers in Colorado will continue operating under the standards created under the original statute by continuing your education through CAI.


You can read our media release regarding the veto here.


CAI and CLAC thank you for all of your support over this legislative session. We’ll be back in touch with updates regarding the executive order and next steps as we have them.


Have a great summer!


Sincerely,





Brandon J. Helm, CMCA, AMS, PCAM

Colorado Legislative Action Committee Chair

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