In this issue: Temporary reduction to CAO’s annual assessment fees to continue for 2020–2021; New Ontario Electricity Rebate; CAO Assumes Forms Responsibilities; Public Comment Closes for Proposals under the Condominium Act, 1998; and ACMO Member Renewals.
In 2000, ten ACMO Corporate member management companies completed the inaugural certification process and became ACMO 2000 Certified. Among the early adopters of this ground-breaking program were DEL Property Management, Larlyn Property Management Ltd., Malvern Condominium Property Management, M.F. Property Management, Provincial Property Management and Tag–The Active Group.
It’s always a pleasure to attend the Annual Member Recognition Luncheon, especially when the opportunity arises to meet up with some of this Association’s original and founding members.
ACMO Welcomes New Directors to its Board
We are featuring each of ACMO’s four decades in CM Magazine this year. Here are highlights from Decade Four:
Each year ACMO honours the best of the condominium industry with its annual awards. Individuals are nominated by fellow peers, board members, professionals and trades in various award categories. Submissions are reviewed and tabulated by the Awards Selection Committee chaired by Chris Antipas, RCM. Members include John Abedrabbo, Armand Conant, Jim Davidson, Peter Leong and Sally Thompson. Deborah Bechard, RCM, and ACMO director, is chair of Awards.
Bill Thompson, RCM, is president of Malvern Condominium Property Management. Bill is this year’s recipient of the Leader of the Year Award. The award is presented to an individual who has demonstrated team leadership in business practices, and/or in development of professional property managers.
November 1: A Day For Ontario Condominium Professionals to Remember
The condominium industry is moving at a fast pace. Here are some newsworthy items that ACMO is watching and will report on from time to time to keep members and CM readers up to speed.
We are featuring each of ACMO's four decades in our CM magazine this year. Here are highlights from Decade Two.
It has been an eventful summer for the condominium management industry and for professional condominium managers across this province. After several years of public consultations, ongoing meetings and expert roundtables to revise and update the Condominium Act, 1998, results and outcomes are now rolling out. In brief, here are some of the highlights and milestones:
LED retrofit projects of common element areas are often the first type of energy efficiency project where a condo corporation can see cost savings after initial investment.