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Appalachian Highlands Ventures alleged to owe fees to condo owners association (WV)

According to the complaint, the plaintiffs allege they have suffered financial damages for not collecting payment for the defendants’ general operating reserve and propane fee in the sum of of $39,830.77.  The plaintiffs allege the defendants have failed to make

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Pocahontas Co. (WV) man blames homeowner group for cutting off water supply

A Slatyfork homeowner is suing a homeowner’s association, alleging it wrongly cut off his water supply.  Derek Entemann filed a lawsuit Sept. 1 in Pocahontas Circuit Court against Snowshoe Overlook Condominium Homeowner’s Association Inc., alleging the water supply operator forced

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Condo developer claims fence company breached contract (WV)

A luxury condominium developer is suing J.H. Tomblin Fence Co. Inc., a licensed contractor, citing alleged breach of contract.     Read the article………….

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Money could be available for repairs to local dams (WV)

The number of dams nationally that are classified as high-hazard potential dams has increased dramatically over the past couple of decades because of the aging of the nation’s infrastructure.  U.S. Sen. Shelley Moore Capito, R-W.Va., is co-sponsoring a bill that

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Ex-general manager accuses HOA of wrongful termination (WV)

A Preston County man says his former employer, Alpine Lake Homeowners Association, allegedly fired him for not committing perjury in a civil case.  Read the article……………

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Wheeling (WV) man sentenced to jail for forging check

Cook County Judge Thomas Fecarotta found Schwartz guilty of trying to deposit a check he forged from an Arlington Heights condominium association, which contracted with Schwartz and his former company, BP Sealcoating and Paving, to replace a parking lot.   Read

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Berkeley HOA (WV) common areas are no longer taxed

Residents who live in a homeowners association in Berkeley County may notice an adjustment in their annual tax bill after the Berkeley County Assessor’s Office has stopped taxing most HOA common areas.  Beginning with the 2015 tax bill, HOAs are

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Jefferson County (WV) bed and breakfast proposal draws HOA questions

An upcoming hearing at Jefferson County’s Board of Zoning Appeals to transform a residential home into a commercial bed and breakfast has several members of the Eastern Panhandle Organization of Homeowners Association worried on the potential effects of the outcome.

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Condo developers want more funds from Wheeling (WV)

To date, the village of Wheeling has pledged $10.5 million to the Smith family toward the construction of their Prairie Park condos.  The sum once sparked outcry at village board meetings. On Monday night, the response to the developer’s latest

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Bill may help Sylvan Grove HOA reclaim entrance (WV)

After working toward acquiring a railroad crossing into their neighborhood for more than seven years, Sylvan Grove residents are receiving legislative help toward reopening the second entrance.   Read more……..

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EPOHOA hosting informative workshop

Many people who purchase property in a community governed by a Homeowners Association (HOA) are required to pay an annual assessment for the maintenance of common areas within their communities, and may not be aware, or have concern.  The Eastern

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Neighbors in Cross Lanes (WV) Concerned with Aging Drainage System

People in one neighborhood in Kanawha County say heavy rains cause repeated headaches and damage because aging underground pipes can no longer handle the strain.    Read more…….

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Settlement reached in subdivision suit (WV)

Wood County commissioners were informed a settlement had been reached in a civil action involving the Meldahl Place subdivision. Residents of the development came before commissioners several years ago with complaints about the roads in the subdivision. After no compromise

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New (local zoning) law worries HOA members (WV)

A new section of Jefferson County’s zoning ordinance has many Homeowners Association members worried that future residential zoning will be plagued with the same problems they face now.     Read more…….

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