DOs and DON’Ts: Holding Community Association Board Meetings and Maintaining Association Records

October 12, 2011

Community association board meetings and association records are central to the administration of an association because the decisions made and documented by both the board and the membership concern every member of the association.

For some timely tips on holding proper board meetings and maintaining records, click here.

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