Our hoa board has a person in charge as treasurer for seven years. when he gathers a bid he does not include the entire subdivision only the areas that effect he and his neighbors. He mishandles our assessment money by taking for one particular assessment and using it for another project that he did wrong. he continues to sabatoge our neighborhood by first voting yes to architectural changes like outdoor lighting – then doesn’t install his when other owners do bc he decided he doesn’t like them. And he’s a board member. we are new owners to this community and we see that the other owners had claimed he’s bullied them and makes claims and nasty remarks of those who don’t full in line🤨 we need to see if we can leave this hoa as he is clearly always going to be in charge
Unfortunately, in HOAs where membership is mandatory, the only way to leave the HOA is to sell your home. If a board member is causing a problem in your community, consider bringing the issue to other members of the HOA board. Homeowners can also remove the problem board member by following the procedures for removal outlined within the association’s bylaws.
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