By Rusty Bradshaw | Your Valley
Some residents in homeowners associations can become frustrated with the rules and regulations required, especially if HOA leaders are not following their own rules.
While it is not a widespread problem, it does exist, according to leaders of HOA advisory groups in the Sun Cities. There is no state agency that regulates HOAs to ensure they are operating under the law, so the advisory groups try to work with residents and HOA leaders to find the right path to satisfy both.
However, there are instances when HOAs are run by one or two board members, regardless of the size of the board and whether or not they employ management companies for day-to-day operations. The Condo Owners Association of Sun City addressed that issue in its May newsletter to members.