Teleconference – Video
Let members have their say via YouTube Video, Facetime, What’s App, Skype. This is 21st Century, I’m sure everyone has a laptop, tablet or Smart Phone.
Friends, Romans, Homeowners, lend them your ear. Some situations can be defused simply by letting a person complete their statement without interruption. Allow your neighbors their time to speak, which is the board’s time to listen. The fact that members know that they can bring up anything in a [monthly] board meeting, inspires confidence and support.
Civil Code §4090 “Board meeting” means either of the following:
(a) A congregation, at the same time and place, of a sufficient number of directors to establish a quorum of the board, to hear, discuss, or deliberate upon any item of business that is within the authority of the board.
(b) A teleconference, where a sufficient number of directors to establish a quorum of the board, in different locations, are connected by electronic means, through audio or video, or both.
Internet. Many associations are exploring the option of broadcasting their meetings over the internet so members can observe and participate in meetings via their computers. davis-stirling.com/
Webinars – Davis Stirling
The Courts allow Video attendance at hearings.