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Subject: Executive Session agenda notice
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BarbaraB10
(California)

Posts:117


11/18/2019 3:13 PM  
The executive session agenda notice shows the *assessment parcel number* for member discipline.
The APN # is easily searchable online. The county assessor's website reveals the actual address. The member's name is not revealed, only their APN#.

In publishing/distributing the assessment # for the property lot on the agenda notice, does this practice violate the confidentiality expected for executive sessions?

Any helpful advice is appreciated.

Thanks
LetA
(Nevada)

Posts:833


11/18/2019 3:41 PM  
That information is easily accessible from the county recorders and accessors website, so I say that point is moot.


Just having the parcel number and not publish what specifically is taken is not violating anything.
KerryL1
(California)

Posts:6711


11/18/2019 4:16 PM  
Can't remember if you're on the board, Barbara? If so, why does the board feel it must include the parcel number on a posting that all Owners may review?

Is the parcel number included on the agenda for every kind of owner discipline?

If the Board is going to lien a parcel, it discusses it in exec. session but must in CA vote on it in a subsequent open meeting. But even then, I don't think (not sure) there's a requirement the parcel number must be on the posted agenda. It is required to be in the meeting minutes.
KellyM3
(North Carolina)

Posts:1433


11/18/2019 4:36 PM  
For some reason, it's the dropping of people's names, not their parcel numbers, that comes across as "Rude" in HOA meetings. It's a legitimate business action so the Board can only hide so much.
MelissaP1
(Alabama)

Posts:8753


11/19/2019 3:19 PM  
We always referred to lot#'s and never names. If you wanted the names, you had to do the work yourself from that information. We weren't going to "spoonfeed" anyone personal information. It's also NOT any member's responsibility to take personal actions. It's the board's job. Which only information a regular member needs is that action is being taken and address/lot#.

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