Welcome to this episode of Community Matters podcast, where we discuss issues important to managing and governing condos, cooperatives and homeowner associations.
One of the primary functions of a community association board is meetings. Among other things, meetings establish policy, develop strategic plans, provide for owner input, and establish community finances and budgets. In today’s episode, we’ll be talking about how a community association board should prepare itself for meetings by developing a board book, and how managers can assemble the resources contained in a board book in a professional manner.
Today’s guest is Richard Kuziomko, a member of the CAI Keystone Chapter Communications & Content Committee. Richard has managed associations for over 12 years in Washington State and the Greater Washington DC area. Richard earned his MBA from McGill University, and maintains his professional community association manager credentials, including the CMA, AMS and PCAM.
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