Politics and the Board – How to Be a Politically Savvy Board Member

The vast majority of HOA and community association board members volunteer so they can do their part and give back to their communities. Politics doesn’t necessarily factor into your decision, but in reality, board members have been appointed or elected to a position that manages a large budget and essentially “governs” the community by enforcing covenants. There will always be residents who agree and disagree with your decisions, and some dissenters will most likely be vocal about their disapproval. Welcome to politics.     Read the article………………..


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