Abuse Of Power

At Monday night’s HOA meeting, residents spoke out against the board.
One man said, “Shame on you. Shame on you board members.”
“I mean, it’s just wrong,” homeowner Judith King told 10News outside the meeting. “It’s wrong.”  Neighbors said Evolfo applied for a city permit to build a backyard “deck” before receiving HOA approval. After getting the permit, the HOA president called an emergency HOA meeting solely for a vote on his “deck.” Fellow board members approved construction.

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2 Responses to Abuse Of Power

  1. john williams says:

    our hot water pipes are exploding causing damage to some condos they are common elements . are bye laws explain that the group of all unit owners or the association must pay for damage but the board refuses to pay help

    • Admin says:

      Did you read your governing (contractual) agreements carefully? In the case of condos, they will usually detail every item that is covered by the association. For example, they may cover outside paint, landscaping, and even roof repair, but not not pay for inside the home repairs. If you do not have a copy of those documents, you need to ask the association to give you one. Do so in writing, through certified mail, to have proof, if it is needed later.

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