By Deborah Goonan, Independent American Communities Debgoonan@icloud.com HOA says officer can park cruiser in driveway after all; condo balcony collapses injure more than a dozen people; dispute between POA/City leaders gets out of hand; condo association continues to fail; coyotes jump short HOA fence and kill family dog. Florida HOA reverses course, says police officer can park her cruiser in the driveway In the last HOA news roundup, IAC featured reports about Cross Pointe HOA Continue ReadingHOA, condo & co-op news roundup (Sept 16, 2019)
By Deborah Goonan, Independent American Communities firstname.lastname@example.org A large-scale Virginia homeowners’ association is asking its County to take a 14-acre stormwater retention pond off its hands. Kingstowne Residential Owners Corporation, or KROC, is a planned development of more than 5,300 homes. It shares maintenance costs of Kingstowne Lake with the Kingstowne Commercial Owners Corporation (KCOC). KROC sent a petition to Lee District Supervisor Jeff McKay in July, asking the County to take over maintenance Continue ReadingFairfax County to take over Kingstowne Lake?
By Deborah Goonan, Independent American Communities Debgoonan@icloud.com Highlights — and low lights — of life in HOA-ville, USA Violence, unpredictable lawsuits, and other uncontrollable factors wreak havoc on residents. HOA dispute turns violent (TX) Pleasant Run Estates neighborhood, in Lancaster, Texas, was recently the scene of a gun fight between the HOA President’s wife and a homeowner fighting against an assessment lien on his home. Last week, authorities arrested homeowner Kenneth Haggerty on Continue ReadingHOA news roundup (Aug 18, 2019)
This week: Homeowners deal with rattlesnakes; retirees face threat of losing their condos in a deconversion; developer builds condos just for Airbnb; townhouse owners plagued by clogged storm drains Continue ReadingWhat’s happening in HOAville this week? (July 20)