Service as a board member in a community association can be time-consuming and exhausting. Many board members shoulder burdens for informational review and factual investigation which prevent them from overall policy development, governance, and fiscal and operational management. When properly structured and utilized, committees are a valuable tool for boards of directors. Committees allow boardsGo to Resource
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This video provides you with 5 tips to make your community association annual meetings run smoothly. What should the board do to make this happen?
The phrase “in a New York minute” is supposed to mean in an instant. Or, as Johnny Carson once said, it’s that split-second interval between a Manhattan traffic light turning green and the guy behind you honking his horn. On the other hand, if I holler “I’ll just be a minute” while scrambling around inGo to Resource
One of the most challenging situations that may confront your board during a meeting is handling very disruptive audience members. For example, what if an owner with strong opinions who’s known for being very outspoken, starts yelling during the meeting? Fortunately, this kind of disruption is very rare during a well-planned, well-organized and well-run meeting. Go to Resource
An executive session or “closed door session” is a portion of a board meeting that is not open to attendance by the homeowners. Although the Colorado Common Interest Ownership Act (“CCIOA”) generally requires board meetings to be open to attendance by homeowners, Section 308 of CCIOA sets forth the “executive session” exception that allows aGo to Resource