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At the Annual Meeting of the Village on Ashton Lane (VOAL) I

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At the Annual Meeting of the Village on Ashton Lane (VOAL) I requested that the word "Christian" be removed from the 2016 Budget that included a line item for "Christian Decorations" in the amount of $50. It was suggested that be referred to the Board for consideration but that was reject in favor of the members taking a vote at the meeting. My request was rejected by a considerable majority. I have asked our Secretary to give me a copy of the budget that included this information and she has refused to do so. Do I have cause to take legal action on this and what would be the like consequences if so?
Submitted: 9 months ago.
Category: Legal
Expert:  P. Simmons replied 9 months ago.

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