Planning and Conducting a Successful Annual Meeting

Happy Birthday to your Association!! The annual meeting can be a chance for the current board to shine on the past year’s performance, promote the plans of the community, and answer the myriad of questions that come with being a board member. This is usually the meeting with the most residents in attendance. A statement prepared by the board president giving an overview of the past year can set the stage of welcoming community members to the annual meeting. Annual meetings can become contentious as well, so the board and manager should be prepared to explain all procedures in advance. This meeting can change the way business continues within the community.   Read the article………..


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