Homeowner Expresses Frustration Over Continued Property Violations & HOA Board Inaction
A homeowner in attendance during the May HOA Board Meeting expressed frustration and concerns over ongoing property maintenance violations within the Regency Place community, and the Board's failure to enforce HOA rules.
The homeowner provided specific examples of ongoing violations in surrounding area near her home and questioned board members on what steps they are taking to enforce the rules.
Several other residents in attendance also echoed her concerns of ongoing violations and provided additional examples such as overgrown lawns, falling fences, deteriorating house paint, and others seen around the community.
Board members explained that some of the violations take time to remedy and require action from the HOA attorney. Several board members claimed there were not aware of any ongoing violations in the community. One board member indicated that the board lacked enough members to adequately monitor all ongoing violations.
Several residents volunteered to work with the board in assisting them in monitoring and reporting violations for appropriate action. One resident also suggested the board consider conducting a yearly violation audit, notify homeowners of violations and provide them with adequate time to fix the issues before fines are assessed.
Board members took no formal action nor offer any resolution to address the complaints.