This bill specifies that visible or otherwise demonstrable mold growth could cause a building in which such a condition is found to be deemed substandard.
SB 47 would have required and funded a study to analyze the environmental and health impacts of synthetic turf.
Every year, thousands of Americans are victims of carbon monoxide poisoning, requiring hospitilzation and sometimes even dying as a result. Carbon monoxide is a colorless, odorless, tasteless – and toxic […]
Published in the ECHO Journal, November 2007 A Safety Issue Uncovered Throughout the last fifty years, there has been an increasing awareness of the need to provide a higher level […]
Published in the ECHO Journal, May 2010 Lead is a toxic metal that was used for many years in products found in and around our homes. Lead also can be […]
Published in the ECHO Journal, June 2010 An article entitled “Got Lead?” which summarized the health effects associated with lead poisoning as well as how lead hazards are created and […]
When a resident in an homeowners association exhibits extreme behavior that is criminal or suggests mental illness, the HOA’s enforcement system of rules and fines is often completely inadequate. This […]
Break-ins and burglaries can hurt communities in more ways than one. Learn how to give the homeowners in your HOA peace of mind from a safe community with these useful […]
Published in the ECHO Journal, December 2011 Are you ready for “social media” or do you still hope it will fade away? If it’s the latter, you are definitely out […]
Winter weather often reveals negligent tree care, sometimes in the costly damage of a tree crashing to the ground. Learn how to protect your trees during the stormy months by […]