Sunday, May 27, 2007

Kibort met with complaints at first meeting - Glendale Heights, IL - Glendale Heights Press
The reception for Glendale Heights’ newest Village Board member during his first board meeting was hardly a warm one. While some fireworks were expected on the board in light of longtime village critic Scott Kibort’s election last month to the District 3 trustee seat, the bulk of the action last Thursday came not from him or his fellow trustees, but from residents. Shortly after officially assuming his seat, Kibort was met with complaints from residents who accused him of spreading lies in an attempt to drum up support to disband a local homeowner’s association.
Couple denied parking space receives $7,000
KIHEI – Following a finding of discrimination by a condominium manager, a couple involved in a dispute over their need for a wheelchair-accessible parking space have received $7,000 in compensatory damages in a settlement with the Menehune Shores Condominium.
One of the great joys of condo living is having your BOD expose you to unnecessary liability.
2 arrested in multi-million dollar fraud scheme at Hallandale Beach condominium: South Florida Sun-Sentinel
Another isolated anecdote...
TCPalm: Local News: condo association manager arrested for lack of license
Nice mug shot.
HOA Takes Exception To Memorial Day Banner
Isolated anecdote Number 25,487.
Condo owners looking for fraud: South Florida Sun-Sentinel
More of those isolated anecdotes...
TCPalm: Real Estate:Views vary on legislative and homeowner and condo association bills
That headline shows a genius for understatement.