It is not unusual for owners at an annual homeowners meeting to make motions about issues that aren’t listed on the agenda. For example, a motion to amend the bylaws. Or, at a special meeting called to amend the bylaws, an owner might make a motion to recall the board.
I’ve heard the argument go both ways. “You know, if we taped our meetings and kept the tapes for posterity, we would have an accurate record, which would be much better than minutes,” says a new board member.A seasoned board member responds, “What are you talking about? Do you want everybody to hear all the remarks that are made at these meetings?”
News items of national interest regarding Condominium and Homeowner associations, compiled by the Community Associations Network