Atlanta HOA fighting over transparency, election


Legal Expert Weighs in on HOA Dispute (VIDEO)

Independent American Communities

By Deborah Goonan, Independent American Communities

Another day, another homeowners’ association conflict. Today it’s Cobblestone Community HOA, Cobb County, Georgia.

Blake Kenya has been HOA President for many years. Homeowners are concerned about finances for their Association-Governed residential community. They asked to see copies of financial documents. But, according to homeowners, Kenya has been less than forthcoming with details, and wants to charge $100 to provide access to official HOA documents.

That doesn’t sit well with homeowners like Merinda Hutchings Donovan. She organized a meeting at the nearby public library, to discuss how to oust their current Board President and elect some new board members. It seems there has not been an election for many years. It also appears there are currently only two board members, but three board members are required by their Bylaws.

Of course, the intimidation tactics have escalated. Kenya circulated a flyer calling the owner-led meeting…

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