Dealing with Harassment as a Member of the HOA Board

In a perfect world, an HOA would have regular meetings where members of the community would ask the board questions, raise concerns, and receive regular updates. It would be structured, straightforward, and civilized.  Unfortunately, that’s not how most meetings with the board go. Invariably, there will be a homeowner who thinks that their opinion is more important than anyone else’s, and that the best way to get that opinion heard is voice it at the loudest volume possible. Not only does this behavior bog meetings down, it serves no purpose other than to turn meetings into shouting matches.    Read the article…………


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