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Board meetings are open to all members of the association…

THE ARIZONA OPEN MEETING LAW
A.R.S. 33-1804 / CONDO A.R.S. 33-1248

Notwithstanding any provision in the association documents, all meetings of the association, board of directors and regularly scheduled committee meetings are open to all members of the association, or any person designated by a member in writing as the member's representative, and all members or designated representatives so desiring shall be permitted to attend and speak at an appropriate time during the deliberations and proceedings. The board may place reasonable time restrictions on those persons speaking during the meeting, but shall permit a member or member's designated representative to speak before the board takes formal action on an item under discussion in addition to any other opportunities to speak. The board shall provide for a reasonable number of persons to speak on each side of an issue.

For more information on The Arizona Open Meeting please review our Mulcahy Community Association Cheat Sheet, Arizona’s Open Meeting Law & Rules for Recording Association Meetings:
http://mulcahylawfirm.com/news/Arizona%27s%20Open%20Meeting%20Law.pdf