All committees are to develop a plan to attract potential new members, retain existing members, and continually support involvement in any Association function. All committees are responsible for reporting violations of the Code of Ethics to the Board and the Board of Directors will take appropriate action.
ADMINISTRATIVE COMMITTEE – The purpose of the Administrative Committee is to work with the association office to establish rapport between multi-housing industry personnel and product/service members to provide a platform for an exchange of ideas, promote interaction between vendors and property management; ideally meetings are educational and informative and are held monthly for 30 minutes to an hour. This council will decide each year if a Trade Show is feasible based on available vendors. Council will also monitor the compliance of the membership with the By-Laws, recommend changes to the By-Laws as needed, and govern over disputes between residents and members through a written procedure. Achievements attained by members should be recognized by this Council.
PROGRAMS, EVENTS & EDUCATION COMMITTEE – The purpose of the Programs, Events, and Education Committee is to work with the association office to develop and maintain ideas for monthly meetings/events. Every meeting/event should be educational and informative in nature and should be of the highest quality possible and at least one “fun” event should be planned per year as well as a special event held by and/or for the Association membership, which could include but not be limited to a Christmas party, annual picnic, or any public awareness functions such as blood drives, voter registration, crime watch and fundraisers. A history of any publications and/or any media will be kept for use by all members at the PBAA office. Achievements attained by members will be planned into ongoing events as feasible.
PUBLIC RELATIONS & CONTACT COMMITTEE – The purpose of the Public Relations & Contact Committee is to work with the association office to continuously promote PBAA and its advantages to the public as well as notifying members via telephone, fax, or email as needed of upcoming events and going-ons. Further, to interact with our communities in a highly positive manner with programs and functions designed for the public. They are to monitor and intervene in local governments of the sixteen (16) counties listed in the PBAA membership roster in an effort to protect the well-being of our membership and its residents. Achievements attained by members to be promoted to the Association and Public.
GOLF COMMITTEE- Planning and executing everything to do with hosting a Golf Tournament. This includes the date, location, prizes, sponsors, advertisement, and players as well as the smaller stuff such as food, alcohol, mini hole competitions, etc...