The West Florida Chapter of Community Associations Institute is hosting a “Fire Safety Issues for Condominiums and High-Rise Buildings” seminar 7 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 11, at St. Mary, Star of the Sea, Catholic Church, 4280 Gulf of Mexico Drive.
Longboat Key fire marshal Lou Gagliardi and Sarasota County fire marshal Jane Ross will lead a panel to discuss condominium fire safety issues.
CAI is sponsoring a series of educational programs for condominium, co-op and homeowner association members. These programs are open to any association board members and condo/home owners.
The seminars are free, but seating is limited and participants must pre-register.
Also, during this event, businesses that specialize in serving the community association industry will be on hand during a "mini trade show" to display their products and services and to answer your questions.
For more information, ant to pre-register, visit www.caieastflorida.org or call 927-1910.
Contact Kurt Schultheis at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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