HOAs should embrace the power of numbers (NC)

The Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Department hopes to begin convening a council of neighborhood leaders to discuss issues involving the city.  Capt. Todd Lontz, of CMPD’s South Division, told the Ballantyne Breakfast Club on Saturday, Dec. 10, that groups of neighborhoods have far greater influence than a single homeowners association.  “Let’s face it, two neighborhoods side by side very well may have the same concern,” Lontz said. “Why not express that in a bigger group? Get that bigger voice.”   Read the article…………..


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