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  • Arch Stanton

    Your disclaimer sounded somewhat facetious. Just keeping things clear.

  • Arch Stanton

    We find it helpful in general for the boards decisions/directives to be anonymous. Not to include how and who voted for this or that. It protects individual board members from possible static from the general membership.
    Any member can audit a board meeting if desired. Not sure what would be gained from a law making a private entity’s decisions, public. As we used to say in grade school “It’s none of your B-I-Business”.

  • StudioBrooklyn

    As Susan said, we’re talking bigger picture here than your own co-op board. The trade-off is possibly exposing yourself to “static” in exchange for co-op boards in general having to be transparently not racist/classist/whatever in their decision-making. Seems worth it, no?