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Legislators hear both views of HOA boards

Last year, the N.C. legislature appointed the House Select Committee assigned to gather input from the public and recommend changes to laws that affect HOAs. The committee held several public hearings last year, and we saw some legislation passed – House Bill 165, which I discussed in my Aug. 19 column found here: bit.ly/pPRA4K.

The committee held another public meeting again this week to seek input from homeowners on what changes, if any, are needed to the laws governing HOAs. Some 45 homeowners from across the state spoke at the meeting – some were board members, others were simply concerned homeowners.

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CA: Hoarders need time to clean, trust

News items of national interest regarding Condominium and Homeowner associations, compiled by the Community Associations Network

He notes he’s there to enforce the state fire code – not to help associations enforce their rules. His concern is community risk, not aesthetics or property values. Assessing safety issues, and hoarding, requires training.
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A Few Good Men (and Women)

Some homeowners run for the community association board because they’re upset about an assessment hike.  Others want to overturn what they consider unfair architectural rules.  It is not unusual for personal agendas to be strong motivators for homeowners to seek office. 

But more often, it seems, homeowners are too busy to serve on the board or don’t want to take on the responsibility.  The same people remain stuck on the board because others aren’t willing to step up.

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Board Member Support

Who should the Board call when they have questions about the ___________ system, an invoice, a homeowner, a violation, etc?
Your Property Coordinator is available Monday – Friday 8am to 5pm to answer any questions your Board members may have.

 

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