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    Dear CAN member:

    Welcome to your new CAN website. In order to log in to the new site, your new user name will be the first part of your email address and your password will stay the same as it was for the old site. For example, if your old username was your new user name will be jsmith. Please remember that your user name and password are intended for your use only and not to be shared outside of your community.


  • Petition for Declaratory Statement regarding Fire Sprinkler Opt Out Statute

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    What are the Benefits of CAN Membership?


    CAN members are entitled to full access to all portions of the CAN Website including our Capitol Connection. The Capitol Connection tool allows CAN members to quickly and easily e-mail any and all members of the Florida Legislature, Senate and House Committees, local City and County Commissions as well as local editorial boards. CAN members also receive periodic email alerts on breaking news and other points of interest to community associations. CAN members are encouraged to contact our Executive Director throughout the year at no additional charge to discuss any community association legislation and/or topics or content found in the email alerts or on the CAN website. Each county will have its own local CAN webpage and CAN members may be considered for Advisory Council seats as they become available. CAN may sponsor Roundtable Events and Workshops throughout the year as well as arrange meetings between CAN members and their state representatives throughout the year.

    For more information please contact CAN’s Governmental Affairs Liaison, Dara Lahav, at 1-855-CAN-TIPS (226-8477) or email at

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    Click the link HERE to view the pdf for "Petition for Declaratory Statement regarding Fire Sprinkler Opt Out Statute"

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