Education, Special Programs, and Conference Committee
- To maintain a proactive plan for the elimination of discriminatory and exclusionary zoning and
land use policy related to manufactured housing on state, county, and municipal levels and to guide and assist the KMHI staff and such consultants and counsel that may be engaged by the Association.
- To provide opportunities for KMHI member and non-members that will enhance their education level and improve the professionalism of the industry.
- To develop programs/activities that will directly or indirectly increase the number of manufactured and modular homes sold in Kentucky by improving the industry’s image, promoting its products and services, and creating a better understanding of manufactured and modular homes.
- To develop internal projects within the industry as well as programs for the public, elected and appointed officials and others.
- To produce an opportunity for KMHI members and others in the industry to come together for information, education, general business, fellowship, and networking that will be beneficial to those in attendance and to the association as a whole.
- To schedule, plan, and conduct the KMHI Annual Conference and the Annual General Membership Business Meeting, which is generally combined.
- To direct the Board in developing policy that will move KMHI and the manufactured housing industry into the position as the dominant housing provider.
- To maintain and compensate a strong, competent, productive, and loyal staff.
- To act on major issues during the interim between board meetings and administers the mutual assistance fund policy and act as the budget and finance committee
Legislative, Regulation, and Communities Division Committee
- To review and recommend action to support, oppose, or take proactive positions in regard to state and national legislation, including but not limited to initiating approved projects when in the judgment of the Board such projects are deemed necessary and in the best interest of the industry and economically priced housing. To watch over, maintain, and recommend needed changes to all regulations, state and federal, that affect the manufactured and modular housing industry (SFM and Department of Housing, Buildings and Construction licensing and certification requirements, installation standards, safety and construction standards, lending practices) — enabling the industry to prosper in a regulated environment.
- To work with KMHI leadership and staff to enhance acceptable revisions to state and local regulation, when needed, for land lease communities and manufactured home rental properties. To further enable members to be professional and to manage their communities in a positive and profitable manner, and to provide an excellent living experience for their residents.
- To assist, when needed, on local or state zoning and land use issues, and to stay alert to local issues and make recommendations if necessary.
Past Presidents’ Council
To consider topics of long-range importance to the purposes and goals of the Association and its continued funding. The Council will function in an advisory capacity to the Board, and any recommendations from the Council will be reported to the Board by the Past President Representative.
Political Action Committee (PAC)
To provide support to the candidacy of legislative and other elected government officials that have the same philosophy on political issues as the industry and that have an understanding of the business environment and particularly manufactured and modular housing.