Board members unlikely to be liable for auto accidents in community

Question: We live in a large senior community governed by an HOA. The board of directors has suddenly decided that they are personally responsible for auto accidents in our community, and they want to spend upwards of $30,000 to add traffic monitoring devices and/or speed reduction devices (such as humps) in an effort to prevent accidents.    Read the Q&A…………….


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