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Meeting Moment – Using Motions

One of the things presidents fear most about chairing their annual meetings is when emotional homeowners raise a subject that is not part of the agenda.  This action could, if not properly handled, start the spiral that sends a meeting out of control.  As the meeting chair, how should you handle that moment when a homeowner brings up something new and controversial?  What is the best way to keep the meeting from descending into chaos?

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FL: Reserves crucial for disasters, renovations

Now that it’s been been just a short time since a near miss by a very large and angry looking Hurricane Irene, we thought we would talk for a moment about reserves. Reserves are money set aside by associations to deal with large renovation, repair and remediation projects – either from catastrophic events, such as storms, or from the natural aging…

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TX: Appeals court affirms conviction of constable who destroyed HOA property

Jannereth, 71, was convicted in February 2010 after the Bar VK Air Ranch Estates homeowners association complained to the Denton County Sheriffs Office that he twice tore down a barricade it put up to keep unauthorized visitors from driving large vehicles onto the private lake area on the property.

Authors: Community Associations Network National

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