Neighborhood associations represent the interests of their members - generally residents and business owners located in the neighborhood. Until now, however, the Minnesota Nonprofit Corporations Act limited eligibility to vote at neighborhood association meetings to certain individuals. New changes to the law permit neighborhood associations to amend their Bylaws to allow any resident or business owner in the neighborhood to vote at association meetings, and add flexibility to notice requirements for certain association meetings.
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