Annual membership meetings are an essential thread of the fabric of community associations and North Carolina law requires that all community associations hold a meeting of the association's members at least once a year.
Unfortunately, large group meetings, especially in the community association context, are inherently inefficient and can be more frustrating than they are useful.
Join Adam Beaudoin and James Todd on Thursday, August 12 at 2:00 p.m. for the next installment in Ward and Smith's Community Association Building Blocks series. During this session, Adam and James will review annual meeting basics, rules, and regulations, as well as explain the critical role the association's professional managers, attorneys, and accountants play in the annual membership meeting to ensure that proper procedures are followed, adequate language is used to describe proposed actions, procedures are understood, and votes are properly tabulated. The session will conclude with a live Q&A.
Our Community Association Building Blocks sessions are designed specifically for association managers. These sessions are free to attend, but registration is required.