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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