A List of Available Books

I received a call today from a client who wanted to know what books that Hobbs & Olson had donated to area libraries; I referred him to the Foundation for Community Association Research’s web site on the subject, but then thought that it might help the readership of this blog to have a list. So, here you go.

The following books should now be on the shelves a the Salt Lake City Library Main Branch, the Summit County Kimball Junction Branch, and the Salt Lake County Sandy Branch:

Accounting for Managers
Before Disaster Strikes
Be Reasonable!
Boomer Shock: Preparing Communities for the Retirement Generation
Building Community
Community Association Leadership: A Guide for Volunteers
Community Associations & the Environment
Community Association Finances
Community First!
Community Matters
Complete Book of Home Inspection
Conducting Meetings
Decision Making in Communities
Everyday Governance in Community Associations
Homeowners Association: A How to Guide for Leadership
Increase Income, Not Assessments
Motivating the “What’s In It For Me?” Generation
Neighborhood Watch (brochure)
Playgrounds for Young Children
Plumbing Instant Answers
Pursuit of Parking
Questions & Answers about Community Associations
Reinventing the Rules
Road Repair Handbook
Self Management: A Guide for the Small Community Association
So Now You’re on the Board-Audio Tape
Special Assessment, A Novel
Surveys: A Guide for Community Associations
The A-B-C’s of Parliamentary Procedure
The Homeowner & the Community Association
The Homeowners Association Manual
The Ultimate Pool Maintenance Manual
Tips for Community Association Insurance
Tips for Protecting Association Finances
True Stories of Survival
What Every Homeowner Needs to Know About Mold

Guides for Association Practitioners
Assessment Collection: Legal Remedies
Bids and Contracts
Communications for Community Associations
Community Association Legal Counsel: How to Select & Use an Attorney
Conflicts of Interest
Conflict Resolution
Design Review
Developer Transition
Disaster Management for Community Associations
Drafting Rules
Enhancing Outdoor Spaces for Community Associations
Insurance: How Community Associations Protect Themselves
Meetings & Elections
Member Dues
On-site Managers
Pet Policies
Property Taxes & Homeowners Associations
Reserve Funds
Risk Management
Selecting the Landscape Maintenance Contractor
Successful Leasing in a Community Association
The Board President
The Board Secretary
The Board Treasurer
Trees, Turf & Shrubs
Volunteers

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