Involved & Invested: Volunteers are Still the Backbone of Community Associations

It’s a problem as old as community associations themselves: How do managers increase interest in the possibility of board service? “You know, it’s very common,” says Lynne Kelly, president of Kelly Property Management in Burlington, Massachusetts. “People who move into condominiums just want to go to their annual meeting, if that, and pay their condo fees and live their own life.”   Read More……

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