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Saturday, October 10, 2009

Associationsand living with the rules

There are always two sides to every story. The story below is a great example (click through to the story and read the comments from members--great stuff!) The board feels they are being unjustly accused and unfairly treated, the members feel they are not being heard and kept in the decision-making loop. We have a lot of these same issues here at Hideaway. For members on this site--we believe in free expression of all members, that is why we do not "censor" opinions. We censor disrespect, facts that are found to be not true, and general hate stuff--but to bring up questions, observe and report on meetings--this is freedom of expression and it is not our desire to shut voices down--not the board and not the members.

Lets make a few things clear about this site:
We believe the trustees (all of them) want to make a difference here, a positive difference.
None of us believe any trustee is stealing or has ever stole money from us.
No one believes funds are being misappropriated

On the other hand, proper procedure is not being followed like it should be.
Board members don't respect each other. And if they don't respect the person, they should respect the office.
Personal feelings should not affect doing corporate business according to state statute.

Read the story and comments below and you will see what we have at Hideaway is not unique.--then write what you think would be a solution to the perceived differences.

Associations have no room for board member bullies - Condos and HOAs – Living with rules: "I serve on a board, I know how difficult and time-consuming it is to volunteer to help the association run daily operations and annual budgets. And I know how, rather than thank yous, board members are too often treated to threats, criticism and false accusations. But hey, it comes with the territory.

On the other hand, ..."

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Any one is allowed to make comments. You can use your real name and lot or an assumed name. Please be respectful of everyone, especially our trustees who donate a lot of work for us. Even if you believe they are not acting in our best interests or following our documents, stick to the facts--no name calling or innuendos and unfounded accusations. We want to set a good example for our trustees.