R.N. from Middlesex County, Connecticut writes:
Dear Mister Condo,
I understand Condo board meetings are open to the membership but is there a difference in protocol when the meetings are held in a private residence?
Mister Condo replies:
R.N., the exact reason that Board Meetings should NEVER be held at an owner’s home is that the Board meetings are open to all unit owners. That means any unit owner who wishes to attend may do so. That might mean an awful lot of people squeezing into an owner’s home just to observe the meeting. Denying a unit owner access to a Board meeting is not allowed so any meeting held at a unit owner’s home must be open to all association members. I hope that clears it up for you. All the best!