HOA board not obligated to read letters at meetings

Question: Can you please tell me if there is any rule about written correspondence that is sent to the board of directors by an owner?  For years I have been under the impression that when an owner writes a letter to the board the letter should be read so it is reflected in the minutes of the meeting. Our board has a habit of mentioning the letter, but it does not read the letter    Read the Q&A…………..


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