E.B. from Tolland County writes:
Dear Mister Condo,
Does the agenda of condo board executive sessions have to be published prior to the meeting and are they available to unit owners?
Mister Condo replies:
E.B., “executive sessions” are typically just that, executive, and are for the eyes and ears of the “executives” of the association, that being the members of the Board of Directors. That being said, they are also to be used for very select and sensitive pieces of business. They are not typically on the agenda other than as “Executive Session”. However, any actions taken during an Executive Session are public records of the association and, as such, are available to unit owners for inspection once the minutes of the meeting where the Executive Session was held are voted into the record. Hope that helps.