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Meeting Moment–Amending Minutes

The first action item on most owners’ meeting agendas is approving the minutes of the last owners’ meeting.  Let’s say that -- as usual -- you have an ambitious agenda, with many action items and a limited time in which to get through them all.  But when the secretary moves to approve last year’s...

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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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IL: No settlement in Munster fed condo suit

News items of national interest regarding Condominium and Homeowner associations, compiled by the Community Associations Network

The U.S. government and a Munster condominium association accused of discrimination will make another attempt to settle a federal lawsuit following a motions hearing Wednesday.
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