73Chall
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73Chall

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    1. RetiredUSNChief
      RetiredUSNChief
      Part 7:

      Appealing to their frustrations will get more of these people on your side of the fence instead of just sitting on the fence.

      Good luck! Keep us posted on an OPSEC basis!
    2. RetiredUSNChief
      RetiredUSNChief
      Part 6:

      Do some networking of your own: have some people been hammered/fined for other stupid, silly stuff that's p*ssed them off? Like being hounded for lawn care issues? Home improvement projects that the HOA impeded? Stupid stuff about trash cans on the curb later in the day when they work second or third shift? Pet issues? Fencing?
    3. RetiredUSNChief
      RetiredUSNChief
      Part 5:

      This last group of people is most likely to "go with the flow", meaning they'll either vote to continue because they don't care about the topics at hand or they'll not vote at all in which case their vote is either assumed to be a vote for continuation as-is or not counted. The key to their support likely lies in any personal aggravations they've had with various other HOA issues.
    4. RetiredUSNChief
      RetiredUSNChief
      Part 2:

      - Those that are directly concerned about the issue(s) at hand, who will be in your own court.

      - The typically apathetic people who don't have an iron in the fire over this.
    5. RetiredUSNChief
      RetiredUSNChief
      Part 3:

      Also...consider the fact that the HOA board members can be challenged through whatever election means you have available. Vote the bastards out, in other words. You get enough people together on this, and it can happen. Basically, it'll boil down to three groups of people:

      - Those that they have networked together (people like these are typically pretty good at buttsharking).
    6. RetiredUSNChief
      RetiredUSNChief
      Part 2:

      Most people who have never actually had to have an attorney represent them may not realize it, but the attorney is ONLY as effective as all the amount of work his/her client is willing and able to put into obaining and providing all that kind of information for them to do their own research on. This is, in fact, hard work on the client's part.
    7. RetiredUSNChief
      RetiredUSNChief
      Your HOA thread:

      Part 1:

      From a legal standpoint (and I'm not an attorney, and even if I was I'm not YOUR attorney), I cannot stress the importance of accurate and detailed documentation. Including such things as names, contact information, written material posted in any and all formats and sources, dates, times, etc.
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