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Board does not let owners speak during meeting


board-shuts-up-owners.jpgDuring our board meeting, the board closes the meeting before letting the owners speak, which means nothing we say gets included in the minutes.

I was a board president at my previous residence, and we always gave the owners a chance to speak, and we included a summary of the discussions in our minutes for the record.

Please let me know what is the proper way to hold meetings when members have a discussion with the board.

Also, they have new business and old business on the agenda and just say "no new or old business", and then close the meeting and open it to us, as if this is just idle chatting and therefore no record of anything the owners have discussed is recorded. I am totally confused.

I would love your input.

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