HOA Homefront: Can a board grant exclusive use in common-area space?

Q:  My homeowners association has a board that changes all the time. People with agendas run, and many times they leave after one year. The question is whether the HOA can continually “grant” various owners rights into the greenbelt/common area. Shouldn’t there be disclosures to the entire membership of each and all such rights granted, and not just adjoining neighbors? In theory we all own the common area, and it is being chopped up and “permitted” to be used exclusively by many individual owners.  If this is a question that you are able to answer I would appreciate it.     Read the Q&A……………….

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