Last week I had an HOA client call me in a hysteria. They were very worried that their HOA would be dissolved by the corporation commission because they didn’t make quorum at their annual meeting where they were voting on director positions. Admittedly, directors’ terms do expire and annual meetings are required to re-elect or elect directors for the next terms. However, failed quorum is not a deal-killer.
Let’s face it–communities run into apathy problems. We find a lot of folks come home from work and unplug by wrestling their kids or watching their […]