Unit owners should voice newsletter concerns at board meeting

Q: I live in a condominium association where a significant segment of the unit owners are senior citizens. Many of our longtime, older unit owners have been passing away. However, the board of directors, which is filled with younger people, has decided to no longer post on the common element bulletin board or newsletters information about older residents who have passed away, including information about memorial services.       Read the Q&A………….


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