How to Start a Condo Association Committee

Next to the Board of Directors, Condo Association Committees have a significant impact on an Association. They are extremely valuable for both the Board and Owners. For the Board, they serve as a mechanism to pursue important, but lower priority projects. For Owners, they are a way to directly contribute to the Association without the pressure and stress of being on the Board. Committees are typically identified in an Association’s governing documents, such as the Bylaws. Due to a variety of factors, such as apathy, often Associations do not have fully operational Committees. An involved Owner might wish to start a Condo Association Committee as a way to get involved and contribute.     Read the article…………..


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