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. So, the key is advanced planning to handle the worst situation that may arise.
The differences between right and wrong and good and bad aren’t always obvious. Is your association board leading with morals and principles in mind?
Mark Smith, president of the Sun City Aliante Homeowners Association in North Las Vegas, doesn’t want the appearance of impropriety – even the hint of...
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The annual meeting was one that homeowners in the Long Beach, Calif., community wouldn’t soon forget – and not for good reasons. Registration alone took more than an hour. Homeowner’s didn’t know where to sign in. Ballots were distributed to residents who had already voted by mail. Out of frustration, some people began screaming at the board.
It’s called “sleep insurance” for a reason.
Directors and officers (D&O) liability insurance helps community association board members sleep well at night without worrying that their personal assets are at risk because of a decision or action – or inaction – they make on behalf of the association.