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Tuesday, July 14, 2015

'Get out of jail' card for HOA Boards

As the task of whistleblower is usually defined, homeowners in common interest developments (or HOAs) don't have an inviting territory to attempt such pursuits.  In fact, these bastions of private governments are far less conducive to tracking misdeeds by those in power than virtually any other governmental setting on any level.

This difficulty to find an track, or document illegal acts by boards, managers, even legal counsel for an HOA is compounded by the widespread reluctance of local media to investigate reported deeds within the confines of an HOA.

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A 'moniker' for the 'social current see' about common interest developments, aka HOAs, or homeowner associations, also property owner associations (POAs). These communities, while private governments, function much like cities with more than 9 million residents in these localities in California. As such, ALTACITIES, "alternate cities," are larger than the combined populations of the four largest cities in the state, Los Angeles, San Diego, San Jose and San Francisco.