I am an owner in a 300-unit condominium association in Palm City. Recently, we have elected a five member board of directors who believe that they can conduct business by e-mail messages between each other. Is this a violation of the Florida Sunshine Law? It is now the end of April, and there has been only one meeting since the January election. It seems to me that, with the size of this association, there must be business that needs to be conducted on a regular basis, and that the discussions that result in these decisions should be made open to all owners. Today three board members, along with the property manager, met together to review an ongoing drainage project. This meeting was neither posted as a meeting nor as a workshop. If this is in fact in violation, what are the repercussions? Signed, D.D.
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