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The 2018 Legislative Session ended with only two community association bills passing and being approved by the Governor. The following is a summary of the two bills.

2018 Platinum Award Winner

Lighthouse Property Management has received the 2018 Platinum Award for “Best of the Best in Management Companies” by the Florida Community Association Journal!
The 2018 Legislative Session is scheduled to officially begin on January 9, 2018, however, House and Senate Committees have been meeting since September. Here are some of the bills that have been filed so far that we are keeping an eye on and that you might hear more about as the legislative session moves forward.

2016 Platinum Award Winner

For the second year in a row, Lighthouse has been named: 2016 Platinum Award Winner of “Best of the Best in Management Companies” by the Florida Community Association Journal!

Banyan Bay Club 2015

The Banyan Bay Club received word of a surprise award for the “Best Longboat Key Condominium Management of 2015!”

Lighthouse Blood Drive

One question I hear often from people in response to donating blood is, “How much of a difference would my blood donation really make? I’m just one person.” While hosting a mobile blood drive recently at Lighthouse Property Management, I learned that the need for blood is great! On any given day, an average of
Committee Substitute for House Bill No. 95 An act relating to charitable contributions; amending s. 726.102, F.S.; defining the terms “charitable contribution” and “qualified religious or charitable entity or organization”; amending s. 726.109, F.S.; providing that a transfer of a charitable contribution that is received in good faith by a qualified religious or charitable entity
Committee Substitute for Committee Substitute for Committee Substitute for House Bill No. 73 An act relating to residential properties; amending s. 399.02, F.S.; exempting certain elevators from specific code update requirements; amending s. 718.111, F.S.; revising requirements for an association’s approval of land purchases and recreational leases; revising reconstruction costs for which unit owners are
A 2010 amendment to Florida Statute 718.112 (2)(l)(1) made the fire sprinkler retrofit requirement arguably applicable to all condos. The statute was initially only applicable to high rise condos. When the statute was amended, the words “high rise” were removed. Thus, the language of the statute appears to cover all condos, even though many feel

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