I had organized a condo owner workshop last year in my Florida Condo Association in order to talk about improvements everyone would like to see within our community. This was a very successful effort, as quite a lot got done after the suggestions were submitted to the Board of Directors.
I had attempted the same effort this year, posting notices on our three Condo Association bulletin boards. However, the Board of Directors removed them, stating that they were not ‘social events’ and therefore could not be posted in such locations.
Does the Board have the right to stop condo owners from the right to assembly? Do they have the right to stop us from posting a notice of assembly?
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