How does an owners group in a Florida condo association become a group that the Board must recognize to go on the monthly agenda to speak about actions we take (voluntarily) and issues we see? We have organized into a community group and are doing some meaningful work in the community, The Board seems a little resistant to hearing our concerns which are always expressed politely, professionally, and in the best interest of the association. We take no action without clearing it with the Board. How do we "legitimize " our group under Florida laws - so that we are recognized on the monthly meeting agenda? Its rare to have a group of people want to be involved and don't want to lose the enthusiasm.
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