By Deborah Goonan, Independent American Communities
Not long ago, I shared a report of a DeKalb County GA community, where owners were shocked to learn that the $80,000 security gate they had previously rejected due to lack of funds, was later approved by the Board president to the tune of $135,000.
Well, now there’s a follow up report, following a Fox 5 News interview with Brighton Village President Michael Pillow. Check out Pillow’s side of the story.
HOA tries to oust board (VIDEO)
One fact that is not reported: most HOA governing documents specify that at least a majority of members must approve a material change to the community. According to both reports, no gates existed prior to the current installation. Therefore, adding gated entries would create a material change. But homeowners say no vote was taken, and, according to the previous report, no board of directors vote was…
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