Community Association Executive Committees: Reminders for Successful Summer Meetings

As we quickly approach the summer, many homeowners, including board members, will be returning to homes up north for the summer. Boards and association managers should take a few minutes to brush up on the requirements for meetings of executive committees that may be appointed to act on behalf of the Board in the absence of some or all of the directors.     Read the article…………..


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