How binding are online surveys for feedback?

Q: Our board of directors is trying to improve on its use of technology. The bBoard recently circulated an online survey to ask whether the membership approved of certain changes to the common elements, including the lobby and the monument sign. The board recently emailed the condominium owners the survey was so successful that it sufficed for membership approval to make the changes. Is this lawful?     Read the Q&A………….


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