Homeowners sue their HOA president (GA)

Homeowner’s associations often bring communities together, but when they don’t they can create deep rifts. And that is what’s happening in the case of a Cobb County neighborhood association.   Some of the homeowners in the Cobblestone Community Association got a lawyer, held a special election and voted in a whole new board. Sounds like that would be the end of it. But, it’s still not over.    Read the article………….


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