HOA Homefront: I demand my comments be in the minutes (and when will I see them?)

Q: Does the HOA board have an obligation to put homeowners’ reasonable comments, questions and other details in the minutes? For example, several months ago, the board invited the landscaper and other representatives to speak about the chemicals they use. Several of us wanted less used. At a recent board meeting, I asked if the comments of homeowners, board members, and landscapers were entered in the minutes. The answer I was given was no, because the board didn’t vote. What is the obligation of the board to take minutes in open meetings and do the homeowners have the right to see those minutes?     Read the Q&A…………..


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