Creating the right culture for your HOA
Power over our own destinies is inherently circumscribed by the matryoshka dolls of governance that preside over our existence. From the complexities of international diplomacy to our national sociopolitical boondoggle to the more specific doctrines emanating from state houses and county buildings, we are subject to enormous levels of outside influence. Here in our fair valley, the homeowners’ association is the most local of our governments. In contradistinction to the remote authority exerted from Denver or Washington, HOA boards and their constituent homeowners are in close physical and communicative proximity. They are thus granted the opportunity to fix issues without the enmity that characterizes governance on a larger scale. The chance to create a positive culture should not be squandered. Read the article…………..
Florida law 718.111(12) obligates “outgoing board members to return all official records … to the incoming board.” Why did the
We’ve written many times about the Fair Housing Act and assistance animals, most recently on April 29, 2013. Little did
Condo Culture: The holes squirrels enter becomes a great place for water leaks and passage for other animals
Q: I live in a condo community where some residents insist on feeding the squirrels. This has resulted in digging