Our Associations’s Architectural Review Committee has sole authority and decision making power over all change requests. They hold monthly meetings, but never disclose an agenda or prepare and retain meeting minutes for community review. The claim is that they are discussing “personal information” which allows them to hold it as a closed session. Because change requests are only for items Visible From Neighboring Property, I would think these meetings should be hosted much like the monthly board meetings: 48-hour notice, agenda provided, open to all members who wish to sit in, homeowners can ask questions before decisions are rendered, etc. Is there a specific reason change requests could prompt a closed session?