Q&A: Addressing a Possible Conflict of Interest Within a Board

Q. I am a relatively new board member at-large to our HOA board in a small community with 44 homes. I recently learned that our previous treasurer was also receiving a “management” fee of nearly $4,000 a year for several years. I have further been informed that this fee was approved by board vote in which it is believed that the treasurer participated; not by a vote by or disclosure to all homeowners.    Read the Q&A…………..


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