Tips For Having a Better HOA Meeting- OR

/ Owner - September 25, 2014

Oregon law requires that incorporated homeowners associations hold at least one membership meeting per year—what is commonly called the annual meeting. ORS 64.201 (1). While associations may hold multiple owner meetings throughout the year, the annual meeting provides association members the opportunity to hear a recap of their association’s activities from the past year, and gives owners a snapshot of the association’s budget and plans for the upcoming year. The annual meeting also gives owners an opportunity to have a voice in the operation of the association by voting to elect their newest board members. Below are four tips for having a more successful annual meeting.     Read more………

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