Some committees meet in a public setting, some in a private setting

Q. There are a number of functioning committees in our condominium, some of which meet in a public setting and some of which meet in a private setting without any notice to the membership. This troubles me as I want to know that the committees are open to the members and keeping minutes of business. Is this legal?   Read the Q&A……………


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