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Can a homeowner assoc hZve co presidents if one person finds the job too much to do

Calling them co-presidents isn't a good idea, but some organizations have first, second, and even third vice-presidents. In a lot of associations it is the clerks who end up doing the bulk of the work between meetings. Frankly, if the president feels like there is too much work for one person, maybe the president is doing some of the work that should be the responsibility of one of the other officers.

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Frankly, if the president feels like there is too much work for one person, maybe the president is doing some of the work that should be the responsibility of one of the other officers.

 

I would guess the same thing.  The President's job, per RONR, is not that difficult.  If there is a lot of administrative work assigned, perhaps the By-laws should be amended to move some of those responsibilities onto others. 

 

For example, you can have multiple Vice Presidents to assist, and if the finances allow, perhaps a part time (or full time) employee may be of assistance (such as an office manager for a club.)  Then there are Standing Committees and other Board members.  The possibilities are endless.

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