T.H. from Hartford County, Connecticut writes:
Dear Mister Condo,
Mister Condo replies:
T.H., that is an interesting question. Boards of Directors at condominiums are volunteers and can be quite difficult to find when you are not a member of the condominium. They don’t have special colored doors on their units or gold ribbons on their windows identifying them as Board members. The Secretary of the State of Connecticut does require that non-profit corporations which are LLCs register with the secretary’s office. Provided the condo is an LLC and that the registration information is correct and current, a list could be procured through the secretary’s office.
However, my favorite way to meet many Board members is to attend CAI-CT events, like the upcoming CAI-CT Condo / HOA Conference & Expo (http://www.caict.org/events/event_details.asp?id=508728&group=). That event usually draws more than 100 Board presidents and many other Community Association Volunteer Leaders (Board members and other). See you there!