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FE AT URE: L EGISL AT I V E DAYS 2 0 15 faa Members Meet with legislators to ADvOCATE ON KEy PRIORITIES BY LAUREEN M. CROwLEY S ome 150 FAA members met with 86 legislators and legislative aides February 17 and 18 in Tallahassee to talk about funding for affordable housing and an expansion of the work apartment maintenance technicians are allowed to perform. The priorities were identified during a legislative platform workshop attended by FAA leaders, members, and staff in December. The Legislative Days event began with a welcome reception Tuesday the 17th sponsored by Line1 Communications, at which Josh Gold, FAA executive vice president, welcomes John Fabrega of Line1 Communications Inc., sponsor of the Feb. 17 Reception with Legislators, addresses attendees at the Legislative Briefing Dinner. attendees at the reception. MultifaMilyflORiDa l Spring 2015 l 17

Table of Contents for the Digital Edition of Multifamily Florida - Spring 2015

President’s Message: My Open-Door Policy by Ron Wenzel, Greystar Multi-Family Services
FAA Update: The Power of Association by Josh Gold, CAE, CMP, FAA Executive Vice President
An Ounce of Prevention: An Organized System for Maintenance Saves Time, Trouble, and Money by Laureen M. Crowley
Rental Payment History 101 by Emily Christiansen
Legislative Days Wrap-Up by Laureen M. Crowley
Building Community: Working Together to Make a Difference by Trish Harris
Community Spotlight: West Park Village by Mary Lou Jay
Apartments by the Numbers
Index to Advertisers/

Multifamily Florida - Spring 2015