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Katzman Garfinkel hold forum to discuss Florida constitutional amendments

Will you be heading into the Ballot Box come November without any real information on the substance of the eleven (11) amendments being proposed to Florida’s Constitution? Once you draw that curtain, will that be the first time you see or think about these amendments, which cover a wide variety of issues including homestead, veterans’ benefits, reproductive rights, property taxes and religious school funding?

CAN’s Town Hall Luncheon and Meeting will focus on the substance of these proposed constitutional amendments. Some of our local elected officials and representatives from several statewide organizations will be joining us and speaking on the pros and cons of each amendment.

“We will be presenting the amendments to our members with a speaker for and a speaker against the amendment. CAN will not be taking a position on the amendments, however we are trying to educate community association members about what they will be asked to vote on” stated Julie Fishman, Governmental Affairs Liaison for the Community Advocacy Network (CAN).

The workshop will also feature a discussion of CAN’s 2013 Community Association Legislative Agenda. This will be a great opportunity to give your input directly to the CAN Team and your legislators about the legislative changes you want CAN to pursue during the upcoming Session which starts on March 5, 2013.

The Town Hall Luncheon and Meeting are free and as the name implies, lunch will be provided.

Please contact Ms. Julie Fishman at 1-855-CAN-TIPS (226-8477) or via email at jfishman@canfl.com to RSVP for the CAN Town Hall Luncheon and Meeting on October 12th or to request more information about this event.

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