Ex-HOA treasurer in north Forsyth (GA) pleads guilty to theft

The former treasurer of a north Forsyth homeowners association will spend two to three months in custody after pleading guilty to stealing thousands of dollars from the neighborhood bank account.  Elizabeth Mills Wilson, 32, negotiated a plea for withdrawing about $40,000 over an 18-month span, according to Forsyth County Superior Court documents.   Read the article………….


Related Articles

Denver (CO) condo struggles without hot water

For the second time this year, 9NEWS has had to visit the Woodstream Falls Condos on the 9700 block of

Will Creekside Golf Club close? It depends on neighbors (FL)

After years of losing money, Creekside Golf Club has issued an ultimatum to a bordering homeowners association: Buy us out

Patio home sprinkler systems create hot debate in Peters (PA)

Dozens of patio homeowners packed a Peters meeting Monday, asking that council rescind an ordinance requiring sprinkler systems in their