Can HOA charge owners extra for gate-control access?

Q: I live in a gated community in which all homes have a two-car garage. Owners were granted gate-opener bar codes for two vehicles per household. Recently, the board replaced the gate-control system and issued only one new bar code per household, charging $10 for each additional sticker. Can our association arbitrarily alter the original policy and charge residents to gain access to their properties?   Read the Q&A…………….


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