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Roger Roche, president of the Stone Valley Homeowners Association, abstains from voting on nearly every single board decision. He provides his input and advice to his fellow board members before the vote is taken, then refuses to participate. Stone Valley documents indicate that the board president is a voting member. The only instance when Roger votes is when a tie needs to be broken. Other board members are frustrated, however, that it seems Roger simply doesn't want to be on the record and may be trying to avoid liability for bad decisions.
Does Roger need to come to grips with his role as a voting member of the board and cast his vote? Does Stone Valley need to find a new board president?
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