Thank you Al. I’m more concerned with the management company. What is your thoughts of how this was handled and how would you move forward?
So generally an HOA doesn't want the fine money - they want the problem resolved. I would go to the meeting and document the actions you took and ask for the fines to be waived this time. That said - I managed an HOA for almost 6 years. I didn't communicate with property managers or subs at the new construction sites or tenants - I communicated with OWNERS and your HOA should adopt the same policy.
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