Reserved Parking Systems: Car Wars

Car Wars and parking in HOAs

It’s a war out there … Car ownership and land costs on the rise … street width and parking space on the decline. Where the two meet isn’t pretty and battles erupt: parking committees posting Day-Glo orange violation stickers on vehicles, roving tow trucks with instructions to hook and tow on sight and neighbors duking it out over parking spaces.

In an effort to resolve the problems, the board often enacts a reserved parking ...

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Condo & HOA Movie and Music Nights

HOA Music

If your Condominium or Homeowners Association is planning to show movies or play music for the community, be aware that they are required to obtain license approval first. This is required even if no fee is charged and admission is limited to Association members & guests.

As long as there is no karaoke or live singers performing, an annual license from ASCAP can be purchased that will allow the HOA to play recorded music. To give you an example of ...

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No HOA Board? Big Problem

 

PROBLEM

Managers are often faced with unusual situations, perhaps none more perplexing than when all seats on the association board are empty and no one wants to serve. In our demanding society, owners are some­times too busy working and raising families to devote the time required. Other times they want to avoid the stress. There are also an increasing num­ber of laws that must be followed by associations and board members, mak­ing them feel vulnerable. As rare as it ...

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