8 time-saving strategies for community associations to avoid strain

For many community association residents, serving on the board is a rewarding experience. They guide how the money gets spent, and they reap satisfaction when improvement projects are successfully completed.  Board service also can be a frustrating, thankless chore that eats up enormous chunks of time. Little wonder some associations have a hard time rustling up board members or even do without a seat or two.     Read the article…………….

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