What does the Board of Directors do?
DHCA is a self-managed homeowner’s association. The Board of Directors is responsible for managing the association’s finances, for enforcing the covenants, for maintaining common areas, and for supervising the office staff. The Board can have as few as three or as many as nine members, who serve on the Board for a three-year term. A Director must be a property owner in good standing. The Board of Directors’ monthly meetings are held at the DHCA building and are open to the public. The Board also conducts an Annual Meeting, in March, for the purpose of electing new Directors and conducting business needing a vote of the members. Members of the Board serve as either President, Secretary, or Treasurer of the Association or as the Chair of one of the standing committees.