HOA Homefront: How an open forum can both be helpful – and hazardous

Q. I read your column most weekends with great interest. One subject I do not recall seeing handled recently is the right to speak at board meetings. Our association has a Homeowners Forum for owners. However, some owners also claim the right to speak on all agenda subjects, effectively co-deliberating with the Board.     Read the Q&A…………


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