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Arkansas Condo & HOA News

  • City of Little Rock sends citations to homeowners who were affected by March 2023 tornado (AR)
    One Little Rock neighborhood is still on the road to recovery after a devastating EF-3 tornado destroyed multiple homes on March 31, 2023.  “Getting things back to some semblance of normal, some semblance of nice, if you will, has been a bit of work,” said John Payne, President of the board for the Walnut Valley Homeowner Association.  It’s now more than a year later and residents in Walnut Valley are still trying to put their lives back together. As they continue to pick up the pieces they have found themselves reminded of the devastation by some city entities.     Read the article…………………………….
  • Hot Springs condo sees major recovery progress one month after tornado (AR)
    One month later, parts of Hot Springs are continuing to recover after an EF-2 tornado damaging homes, boat docks, and uprooting thousands of trees and powerlines.  Stoneridge Condos located on Long Island Drive, one of the hardest hit areas in Hot Springs looks night and day only a month into recovery clean-up.    Read the article…………………………….
  • Crews remove 200-year-old oak tree damaging a Paragould condo (AR)
    Tree limbs dangled in the air as two cranes worked to pull the tree off of the house.  Tornado cleanup efforts continue as crews removed a colossal 200-year-old oak tree from a condominium at The Enclave on Wednesday, May 29.  According to ACUFF Tree Services, the ancient oak, estimated to weigh between 80,000 to 90,000 pounds, had toppled during Sunday’s severe storms, leaving the neighborhood with debris.     Read the article…………………………….
  • POA to ask county for tornado clean up aid
    “A lot of debris remains,” Keck said, adding that it took six months to clean up after the winter ice storms of 2012 and 2013. He says the winter storm damage was more widespread, while damage from the March 14 EF-2 tornado was very concentrated.  If any assistance is received from Saline County, it will be solely for Saline County cleanup. “The Garland County side is another challenge,” he said. Keck warned that the Village might or might not receive funding, added that no state or federal disaster declaration would be issued.    Read the article…………………………….
  • POA issues statement on Atkins et al v. HSVPOA (AR)
    Though apparenty the Saline County Circuit Court civil summons has not been served on the Hot Springs Village Property Owners’ Association, the POA issued a statement to property owners related to the complaint that was filed Tuesday afternoon.   Read the article…………………………….
  • Class-action case challenges POA actions (AR)
    A class-action complaint filed Tuesday afternoon in Saline County Circuit Court alleges that the Hot Springs Village Property Owners’ Association has violated the Declaration in real-estate matters.  The suit, Jeffery Atkins et al v. Hot Springs Village POA, is case 63CV-24-477. In an emailed statement, the plaintiffs said: “It is our opinion that the POA Board and Management has lost its way and we intend to fix it. We’ve taken this action to protect the interest of all property owners and ask the Courts to preserve the integrity of the governing documents.”    Read the article…………………………….
  • Hot Springs Village MOAA honors veterans with memorial bricks (AR)
    New bricks were recently installed at the Hot Springs Village Veterans Memorial, located at the Ponce de Leon Center, 1101 DeSoto Blvd., which is the focal point for Veterans Day celebrations in Hot Springs Village along with military reunions and remembrance ceremonies.   Read the article…………………………………….
  • Little Rock neighborhood perseveres after being slammed by back-to-back natural disasters (AR)
    One of the hardest hit communities in Little Rock after the late March tornado is still rebuilding over six months later.  Walnut Valley was first devastated by the March 31 tornado, and more recently, a September microburst storm has put a roadblock in reconstruction efforts.   Read the article……………………………
  • Farmington holds off on razing clubhouse, but time is running out for property owners (AR)
    The Valley View Property Owners Association on Aug. 14 asked Farmington City Council members to hold off on passing an ordinance to demolish the clubhouse and other buildings at the former golf course to allow time to come up with a better resolution with the property owners.   Read the article………………………..
  • North Little Rock homes damaged from tornado now facing water damage from rain; homeowner blames POA (AR)
    10 weeks ago, an EF3 tornado ripped through parts of our state, destroying homes, and leaving many Arkansans forever changed from the devastation.  For one North Little Rock woman, Carla Covington, the aftermath seems to be getting worse week by week.   Read the article………………………..

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  • Australia: Dispute resolution in strata communities: strategies for keeping the peace
    We all need somewhere to live – housing is a fundamental human right. Rent, own or share housing – all are valid and reasonable ways to live.  For those looking to buy on a budget, a strata community such as an apartment block, unit or townhouse development can be a great way to break into the housing market.   Read the article…………………………….
  • 94th Arkansas General Assembly/NPDES Permits: Property/Homeowner Associations Exemptions
    This statutory provision provides certain exemptions from the Clean Water Act National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (“NPDES”) or state permits for nonmunicipal domestic sewage treatment works. The legislation would add (vi) to the exemptions from (C): (vi) A property owners’ association or homeowners’ association that operates a nonmunicipal domestic sewage treatment works that services a population exceeding five thousand (5,000) individuals.   Read the article………………………..
  • Changes in Arkansas Law 2021
    Act 253 allows Arkansas corporations to hold annual or special shareholder meetings through remote communication and requires guidelines and procedures governing remote shareholders’ meetings. It also provides verified shareholders and proxy holders who are not physically present at a shareholders’ meeting to have a reasonable opportunity to participate in the meeting, be deemed present at the meeting, and be permitted to vote on matters submitted at the meeting.
  • Trafalgar Stump Dump: Arkansas Pollution Control and Ecology Commission Addresses Bella Vista Property Owners Association, Inc.’s Request for Hearing to Set Aside Consent Administrative Order (AR)
    The Arkansas Pollution Control and Ecology Commission (“Commission”) addressed at its January 24th meeting a request by the Bella Vista Property Owners Association (“POA”) that it conduct an adjudicatory hearing to review the Consent Administrative Order (“CAO”) issued by the Arkansas Department of Energy and Environment – Division of Environmental Quality (“DEQ”) in the matter of Thomas Fredericks and Fredericks Construction Company, Inc. (collectively “Fredericks”).  The POA request relates to what is described in its pleadings as the “former stump dump located on Trafalgar Road in Bella Vista, Benton County, Arkansas.”    Read the article……………………………..
  • CAI Best Practices: Ethics
    Simply put, when someone is employing ethics, he or she recognizes what is right and what is wrong and is choosing to do the right thing; however, as a great deal of business ethics literature will attest, “the right thing” is not always straightforward. For example, most ethical dilemmas in the workplace are not simply questions of “Should Bob steal from Jack?” or “Should Jack lie to his boss?”
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