HOA Homefront: Deliberation by email is a common violation

Q. Recently our manager sent the following to the board: “Can I give the homeowner approval to install?” This responded to a board member submitting, on behalf of a homeowner (a requested architectural item) for board approval. I believe the manager’s email and response constitute an email meeting of the board. What say you?   Read the Q&A…………..


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