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Who are the Board of Directors?

Rogers Ranch Unit 3 Homeowner Association is a non-profit corporation and by law, a governing body is required to oversee its business. The Board of Directors is elected by the owners, or as otherwise specified in the Bylaws, which also provides the rules by which the Board of Directors operates. Meet your Board of Directors.

What is the difference between the Board of Directors and the HOA?

The Association consists of all owners within Rogers Ranch Unit 3. Each and every owner is a member of the Association. Membership is not optional. The Board of Directors consists of those owners who have been elected to conduct the day-to-day business of the Association and make the decisions that affect all owners.

How do I get on the Board of Directors?

The Arizona State Legislature passed a law effective August 12, 2005 requiring all Associations to conduct their annual elections by mail ballot (ARS 33-1812). A few months prior to the election, a letter is sent to all owners asking for resumes from those interested in being placed on the ballot. If you are interested in being placed on the ballot, simply submit your request by filling out the necessary information when it arrives in the mail. For more information, please contact the Community Manager.

When and where are the Board meetings held?

Board meetings are held quarterly at Starbucks at 8:30a. For additional information, please check the calendar or contact the Community Manager

When is the annual meeting held?

The annual meeting is generally held in August of each year. Prior to the annual meeting, all owners will receive notification in the mail specifying the exact date, time and location of the meeting. For additional information, check the calendar or contact the Community Manager

What happens at the Board meetings?

The Board of Directors conducts the Association business at the Board meetings. Owners are given a brief period of time at either the beginning or end of each meeting to comment on the meeting agenda or other topics. The Board may or may not respond to the comments made during this time. Once the open comment period has ended, owners are invited to watch and listen to the discussion and decisions made by their Board. Generally, the Board does not interact with owners during the meeting, as this tends to take away from the limited time the Board does have to conduct its business.



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