The City of Tamarac is inviting members of their homeowners associations to attend the next HOA liaison program. This quarter, the guest speaker is Ken Direktor with the law firm of Becker & Poliakoff.
The Woodlands held their 2014 Annual Members meeting on Monday evening with less than 130 residents in attendance this year.
After the 2011 survey, residents placed a high priority on the overall appearance of the city. The city continued to invest in initiatives that enhanced their appearance and one of them was an aesthetics study which included improving gateway architectural features, like streetscape treatments, lighting, landscape, signage and buffer walls.
Last year’s Annual Members meeting was anything but dull.
Residents were forbidden by our HOA President to sign petitions to recall our commissioner . Even political signage on cars were threatened to be towed away, all while former Commissioner Patte Atkins-Grad was handing out flyers to different tables.
At our Homeowner’s Association meeting, representatives from Waste Management talked trash and answered questions from members of the section’s boards.
In May, TheWoodlandsTamarac.com and parent company Talk Media Inc. was issued a cease and desist letter initiated by HOA President Patti Fox when she contacted attorney’s Becker & Poliakoff. The letter alleged that this site was infringing on the association’s intellectual property and tarnishes the goodwill of the association. The legal costs included drafting the letter, trademark research, and speaking to other attorney’s.
ShareTweetShare By Michael Delemma – Section 3 President “Don’t look a gift horse in the mouth” – Don’t be ungrateful when you receive a gift. The Woodlands HOA knows how to look a gift horse in the mouth. For years they have complained about our ugly signage in front. When the city offered to […]
ShareTweetShare By: Sharon Aron Baron Did you notice our new logo and disclaimer the top of this website? A change agreed upon after a very contentious meeting on Monday night with over 30 audience members in attendance. By changing the banner and making the disclaimer more prominent, a potential lawsuit by the association was avoided. […]
We are Section 1 residents who have lived here almost 30 years. Why do we pay our monthly homeowner’s assessment to the WHOA who then takes our money and spits in our face?
Share56TweetShare56 SharesBy: Sharon Aron Baron I’m pretty thorough about attending all of the WHOA monthly meetings now that I’ve figured out where they are. You see, now that I’m the treasurer of my section, I now get mailed reminders which lists the specific clubhouse that they are held in for that month. There are six […]