Taking the Angst Out of Writing Meeting Minutes

How many of you have been to the meeting immediately following an election, ready to choose officer positions and you get to secretary and not a single Board Member volunteers? Property Managers, Board Members and Homeowners have all witnessed this I’m sure. That is because one of the daunting tasks of the secretary is to take the meeting minutes. Taking meeting minutes frightens Board Members so much that many Boards will outsource this duty rather than do it themselves. The funny part is that there really isn’t anything to be afraid of. Taking minutes is easy!      Read the article……………


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