What condo associations should share — and what’s not fodder for gossip

An often-heard criticism about community associations is their lack of transparency. Owners say they don’t know what the board is doing or how decisions came about.  It’s a tricky issue. An informed membership is likely to be more harmonious than one that is not. But not all information should be open to everyone.    Read the article…………


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