Category Archives: Governance

Taking your HOA meeting minutes

Author P. Michael Nagle writes: “It is crucial to the conduct of any meeting that the chair be composed, organized, soft-spoken, equitable, and obviously in charge without being overbearing.” (”Meetings & Elections: How Community Associations Exercise Democracy”). If the chair fails to control the meeting, the resulting chaos will be reflected in the minutes.

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