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Tuesday, April 14, 2015

HOA 'democracy' at work

Now (through annual meeting date of May 16) is election season for our California Inland Empire HOA with about 1317 members (homeowners). Unfortunately, last year the voter turnout was only 477, or about 36 percent of the electorate.  Despite some contentious and controversial stands by the board in the last couple of years, member apathy, angst, and anger remain a key factor for the political scene in our community.  No doubt, this situation is typical for most HOAs out there.

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