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  • in reply to: Tennis to pickleball courts? #377384
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    There’s actually a good article about that here: https://www.cedarmanagementgroup.com/pickleball-in-hoa/

    Worth checking out

    in reply to: Golf cart ban #374022
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    I generally don’t recommend jumping to litigation for this type of thing. Resolving such a dispute INTERNALLY is always better than going straight to court. Lawsuits are expensive (for both parties involved) and they unnecessarily pull other owners into the mess. Plus, you won’t actually be suing “the system” or something like that. When you sue the HOA, you’re really suing yourself and your fellow homeowners. You’re the ones who have to pay in the end because the fees are coming FROM YOU.

    in reply to: do fines count as revenue? where to deposit fines? #371953
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    thank you for your reply but are fines taxable?

    in reply to: do fines count as revenue? where to deposit fines? #371951
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    i didnt say we were gonna rely on fines as revenue… just that do they count as revenue?

    in reply to: What to do with extra reserve money? #371559
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    maybe you can consider lowering your assessments for a while. since you dont really need it?? or give a ‘free month’ or somethin.. just a thought

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    It depends on where you live and what your bylaws say. A lot of HOA’s I manage require candidates to be in ” good standing ” which means they must be uptodate on all their dues and not have exisitng violations.

    in reply to: HOA IS JUST ROTTEN #369744
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    That sounds awful! It looks like you have a pretty inefficient HOA.

    in reply to: Need advice on getting members to run for the board #369743
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    Try doing a survey. Ask residents if they have any ideas that could improve the community. You’ll see from there who really has an interest and the drive. Then you can approach them one by one to see if they would wanna run for a position.

    in reply to: How to Disband Your HOA? #368984
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    We are in the process of disbanding our HOA but have run into quite a conundrum. According to the city, we have an agreement with them to maintain the common areas perpetually. We want to disband but we can’t dispose of our common areas because of this “agreement” with the city. If we disband, then the city would have an agreement with an organization that no longer exists, which begs the question, “Who now owns the common areas?”

    Anyway, I hope you get to disband yours, OP. Best of luck.

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