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  • in reply to: Board member getting harrassed #377692
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    As the only woman on our Board, I often find myself the target of angry emails or bullying tactics during public meetings from certain members of the association. It seems that there’s a perception that a man might retaliate later, but a woman is seen as ‘defenseless’, which is far from the truth.

    I’ve had to assert myself on numerous occasions, including one incident where a gentleman made thinly veiled threats towards me. My advice is to take any threat seriously. You never know when harassment might escalate into something more serious. Perhaps one day he may act on his words and approach your door directly. If the behavior of their children is any indication, it’s clear they’ve learned it from somewhere.

    Next time, don’t hesitate to call the police and report any suspicious activity, noting down the vehicle’s plate number and, if possible, taking a photo. It’s essential to document your concerns in writing, prioritizing your safety above all else.

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    If the HOA/Condo Act in your state is silent when it comes to amending bylaws, then your BOD can refer to the Business Code or Nonprofit Corporation Act in your state.

    in reply to: Help suing the board #374653
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    Before jumping straight to a lawsuit, I advise you to resolve this dispute internally first. Talk to the board. They should’ve given you a chance to appear at a hearing to present your case. If that doesn’t work, consider alternative dispute resolution. You can go into a mediation or an arbitration. These options are much more economical and less damaging than a lawsuit. Keep in mind that a lawsuit doesn’t only affect you and the HOA or board. It also affects EVERYONE in your community. All homeowners will suffer from this because they will be the ones paying the dues that will cover the cost of the suit. Lawsuits should be the last resort.

    in reply to: Any good software recos here? #371217
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    I’m not sure if I can get everybody on board with hiring another property manager but thanks for all of your replies!

    in reply to: Any good software recos here? #371213
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    We had a bad experience with a management company (overcharged us, didn’t do the work properly, and a boatload of otherthings) and now most people don’t feel comfortable hiring another one

    in reply to: Is it mandatory to fund reserves in Arizona? #370565
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    No, there is no statutory requirement to fund reserves in Arizona.

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    Thank you all for your advice and encouragement… I really appreciate it!!

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    @chrstphr58 Thank you for your advice. We did manage to go after the contractor since we can prove they didn’t do the work that they signed off on. We have the work orders and everything… thank goodness for that. I guess I’m just wondering how we can even begin to correct the mistakes of the previous Board… if that makes sense??

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