(a) A meeting of the association shall be held at least once each year. Special meetings of the association may be called by the president, a majority of
the executive board, or by lot owners having ten percent (10%), or any lower percentage
specified in the bylaws, of the votes in the association. Not less than 10 nor more than 60 days in advance of any meeting, the secretary
or other officer specified in the bylaws shall cause notice to be hand-delivered or
sent prepaid by United States mail to the mailing address of each lot or to any other
mailing address designated in writing by the lot owner, or sent by electronic means,
including by electronic mail over the Internet, to an electronic mailing address designated
in writing by the lot owner. The notice of any meeting shall state the time and place of the meeting and the
items on the agenda, including the general nature of any proposed amendment to the
declaration or bylaws, any budget changes, and any proposal to remove a director or
(b) Meetings of the executive board shall be held as provided in the bylaws. At regular intervals, the executive board meeting shall provide lot owners an opportunity
to attend a portion of an executive board meeting and to speak to the executive board
about their issues or concerns. The executive board may place reasonable restrictions on the number of persons who
speak on each side of an issue and may place reasonable time restrictions on persons
(c) Except as otherwise provided in the bylaws, meetings of the association and the
executive board shall be conducted in accordance with the most recent edition of Robert's
Rules of Order Newly Revised.
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