Bully in housing development harassing unit owners

Question: A bully lives in our 55-plus HOA. He is a former police officer who confines his intimidations to our common grounds, including the clubhouse and pool area. In the past, our grievance committee has twice suspended his use privileges — once for three months and another time for six months.  Sheriff’s deputies have been called, and victims have filed reports on several occasions. However, the sheriff’s office chalks up his actions to squabbles between homeowners. Fearing this man’s possible actions because of his law enforcement background, it is difficult to get volunteers to be on a grievance committee, and homeowners shy away from using our common facilities when he is present.    Read the Q&A…………..


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