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Our community association holds one annual meeting for all members (AGM). The other months, business is handled by 7 board members. Meetings are conducted according to our bylaws, state and county laws, and RROO 11th.  A monthly announcement is sent to members with date, time, location, and agenda of the meeting. When the board meets monthly, is it permissible for the board to restrict input from members? For reasons of transparency, it may not be advisable, but is it permissible without going into executive session?

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16 hours ago, Guest Hawaii David said:

Our community association holds one annual meeting for all members (AGM). The other months, business is handled by 7 board members. Meetings are conducted according to our bylaws, state and county laws, and RROO 11th.  A monthly announcement is sent to members with date, time, location, and agenda of the meeting. When the board meets monthly, is it permissible for the board to restrict input from members? For reasons of transparency, it may not be advisable, but is it permissible without going into executive session?

At the AGM, the body that is meeting is the general membership.  The board is not in session and plays no role in the meeting, though typically the president still presides, and the secretary still records.  However this is not a board meeting. Board members, if present, are present as general members only.

At the other meetings, which are board meetings, the board is free to restrict attendance and participation to board members only, unless your bylaws have special provisions to the contrary.

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