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      The Message Forum is open to all members of CCI for conversation purposes. It is meant to be used simply as a question and answer format with members seeking assistance from other members on questions they are not able to answer on their own. Opinions voiced on the Message Forum are not to be used as legal advice. Please contact your legal counsel for legal advice.

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    • #3104
      Lisa Johnston

      How do I post a question on the forum? I am not familiar with the new look of the forum
      Lisa Johnston

      • #3118
        Jasira Baldeo

        Hi Lisa,
        From what I can see, click on the FORUM of interest, scroll to the bottom of the page passing all the topics already posted and it is there that you can fill out the form to post a new topic/question in a FORUM.
        I haven’t posted yet as I am familiarizing myself at the moment but I think this is how you can. . .

    • #3105
      Lisa Johnston

      Does anyone have a sample policy on dealing with harassment of the Board Members

      • #3119
        Jasira Baldeo

        Hi Lisa,
        Perhaps this question should be posted as a new topic of discussion, if it hasn’t already been asked of course, in the GOVERNANCE FORUM. This FORUM contains Bylaw enforcement, policies, communication, owner/tenant/board issues, etc.

    • #4043
      Karen Norris

      Hi Eveyone,

      We are a small condo (less than 12 units) and it has recently come to light that one owner has an exterior security camera that records the entire entry way including audio. This is the owners personal system and bot approved by the board. The fact that it records the entry to other units, including audio seems a violation of privacy. Does anyone have any advice on how to handle this?


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