Minutes should be available to owners in a timely fashion

Q. My townhouse association has a procedure for the approval of monthly board meeting minutes that takes two months. Basically, the previous month’s meeting minutes are discussed, changes discussed and a motion to approve with corrections is made and voted on at the following board meeting. The changes are reviewed and approved at this second board meeting before the minutes are available to the unit owners. Should it really take two meetings to approve minutes before they are available to the members?   Read the Q&A…………


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