DeKalb Commissioner Larry Johnson to host the Virtual HOA Boot Camp

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DeKalb County Commissioner Larry Johnson will host a virtual Homeowner Association (HOA) Boot camp on Aug. 29, 10 a.m.

The Virtual Homeowner Association (HOA) Boot Camp will be presented by the DeKalb County HOA Alliance via Zoom. Johnson said that constituents, local HOAs and organizations will have a chance to ask questions and gain the knowledge needed to be successful. The topics range from understanding county policies and procedures to homeowner’s rights and board management.

Presentations will be made by code enforcement, public safety, DeKalb County HOA Alliance and 2020 Census representatives.

“We have hosted this event for the past four years,” Commissioner Johnson said. “This will be the first ever to be held virtually, due to the pandemic, but we need to continue to provide access and service to our constituents. This is a free bootcamp to help HOAs get their questions answered from the experts.”

To register for the boot camp, visit www.commissionerlarryjohnson.com. A Zoom link will be provided once registration is completed.

For more information, contact Commissioner Larry Johnson’s office at 404-371-2425.

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