Governor Polis signed HB 1137 into law on Friday, in spite of calls by hundreds of community members for a veto. This ambiguous, flawed, and expensive bill will go into effect on August 10. As a reminder, HB 1137 will fundamentally alter all community collection and enforcement processes, as well as require certain decisions to be conducted in executive sessions and not delegated to management. It will prevent the use of fines as a means of enforcement and force more matters to litigation, whether between the Association and an owner, or between neighbors. All communities that are required to maintain responsible governance policies under CCIOA will need to contact their attorneys to update these policies before the law goes into effect, as HB 1137 impacts several different policies.