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Board meetings are an "atmosphere of distrust"


Board meetings at our 17-unit Association have always been open for any resident to attend and occasionally residents have dropped in to observe or raise an issue. We have a new Board this year that hired a property management company. New year, new rules; now Board meetings are closed. Our Bylaws don’t address Board meeting attendance. This is creating an atmosphere of distrust. Can a Board “close” an entire meeting if they are not discussing personnel or resident issues?

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