Upon the written request of any person or persons entitled to call a special meeting of the members, the Secretary shall fix the date and time of the meeting, which shall be held no more than 60 days after receipt of the request, and shall give the notice required by Section E following. If the Secretary shall fail to give the required notice, then the person requesting the special meeting may do so.

E. Notices.

Written notice of the time, place, and date of and the nature of the business to be transacted at all membership meetings shall be sent to each member at least one week in advance of the date set for such meeting, except that the notice of the annual election and a notice of a meeting called to consider (i) the assumption of a liability by the Association in excess of the Association’s current assets less outstanding obligations, (ii) alteration, amendment, or repeal of these by-laws or (iii) dissolution of the Association shall be sent to each member at least two weeks in advance of such meeting or election.

F. Quorum.

The presence at any meeting or annual election of 10% of the regular members entitled to vote, but in any event not less than 50 regular members, shall constitute a quorum for the transaction of any business which may properly come before the meeting or election. The acts of a majority of the persons present and entitled to vote shall be the acts of all members, except that (i) alteration, amendment, or repeal of these by-laws shall require the approval of at least two-thirds of such persons, and (ii) dissolution of the Association shall require the approval of at least three-fourths of such persons.

Article V: Board of Directors

A. General Powers.

The property, affairs, and business of the Association shall be managed and controlled by its Board of Directors. The Board of Directors may by general resolution delegate to officers of the Association and to committees such powers as provided for in these By-Laws.

B. Composition.

The Board of Directors shall consist of the following persons, each of whom shall be at least 21 years of age and a regular member of the Association:

  1. Officers: the persons elected as President, First Vice President, Second Vice President, Secretary, and Treasurer, as set forth in Article VI.
  2. Quadrant Directors: the 12 persons elected from quadrants, as set forth in Section C(3) following.
  3. Directors-at-Large: the four persons elected at-large, as set forth in Section E following.
  4. Designated Directors: the four persons designated by owners’ or residents’ associations, as set forth in Section D following.
  5. Successive Terms. No quadrant director shall serve more than one three-year term in succession, except that (a) this restriction shall not prevent any person from immediately thereafter serving as an officer or designated director or director-at-large, and (b) any quadrant director elected to fill a vacancy, and who has not served more than two years in that capacity, may be elected to serve a successive full term of three years.