"Now more than ever, community associations, especially those managing age-restricted developments, must be familiar with the various statutory controls concerning handicapped accessibility. In a time when many are looking to cut costs, the last thing an association needs is to be assessed civil penalties after being found in violation of an anti-discrimination statute. Rather, an association must collectively understand its obligations, options and appropriate responses when crafting a response to a complaint of deficient handicapped access."
So begins an article, entitled Handicapped Access: What is an Association’s Obligation to its Members?, written by Steven P. Gouin in Community Trends magazine. Click on the link for more details on this important issue.