Hurricane Ian slammed into Florida’s southwestern coast as a Category 4 storm, making it one of the most powerful storms in U.S. history. With winds topping 155 mph and catastrophic storm surges, the hurricane left more than 2 million people without power. It tore through homes and buildings leaving entire communities flooded.
CAI members are looking for ways to help our Florida Chapters impacted by Hurricane Ian. A list of volunteer resources in Florida can be found here.
Earlier this week, we spoke with Emily Jennings, CAI’s manager of Chapter Support & Development in Southeast, Fla., about how homeowners and community association professionals are protecting their homes and community.
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