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Regular Board Meetings
"Regular meetings" of the board are regularly scheduled meetings that meet on a particular day, such as the 2nd Tuesday of each month. Meeting dates and times should try to accommodate, where possible, the schedules of directors, including religious schedules. Regular meetings of the board are open to the membership.

How Often? The frequency of regular meetings is normally found in the association's bylaws. Typically, boards meet monthly. Boards must meet at least quarterly even if their bylaws require only annual meetings. The reason for quarterly meetings is to satisfy the board's financial review requirements set forth in the Davis-Stirling Act.

Special Meetings.
Special meetings of the board can be called as-needed.

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