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07/06/2021 10:44 AM  
I have been trying to obtain an email for the president of my HOA ever since I moved in. The HOA changed presidents but the president refuses to communicate to me, the only owner of 4 units in this condo. So far everyone in the HOA has been rude to me except the first meeting when they were voting on board members. The new president does not communicate with me at all. I know it is a red flag because something is going on when I contacted an attorney and there is a "conflict of interest" with another matter where they wanted me to sign a contract that was not appropriate. My first step I believe is getting the president of the HOA email. As of this moment no one will divulge information so I can document by email. Thankyou for your help.

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07/06/2021 10:56 AM  
KatherineD3, forgive me, but I am going to attempt to introduce you to the legal structure of HOAs and why generally, it is not appropriate to submit a complaint or other concern solely to the HOA president.

Colorado law does not require that HOA/COA directors make their email addresses available to members.

HOA/COA directors are volunteers. It's easy for those unfamiliar with HOA/COA law and covenants to be oblivious to how much labor these folks have to put in, unpaid, to keep a HOA/COA running. It's important to respect their time. Delays are common. I know it's annoying, especially if delays start running into months.

It is the Board or possibly manager of the HOA, and not just one director and certainly not just an officer (such as the president) that acts (or may choose not to act) on a complaint or other concern. State statutes and your HOA's governing documents are clear about the latter.

Have you checked your HOA's governing documents for instructions on how to submit a formal complaint or concern?

If there are no such instructions, I advise writing the HOA manager about your concern and asking. Send the letter certified mail, return receipt requested.

Is this a HOA of stand alone homes or a condominium?

If you can describe your concern in more detail, then I expect you will get better advice here.


07/06/2021 3:12 PM  
Please clarify, Katherine, your own 4 condos in your HOA? How many condos are there?
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