How to run condo boards right

Despite the points made in an earlier column about rogue boards, the vast majority of time board members are well-intentioned, hard-working people who only want to see the best for the association. And that’s good because the best way to run an association well is to get a good board. The only true qualification for a board member is to elect people who think of the association first and themselves second … or third.    Read the article………..


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