Wednesday, July 08, 2009

Residents call for new board amid accusations

Residents call for new board amid accusations: "Residents of the North Sherwood Forest Homeowners Association say some of its board and management have used money given to them for the nearby Intercounty Connector to hire an attorney to enforce alleged property violations. Some residents argue the association is enforcing measures that haven't been addressed due to community apathy.

Last year, the State Highway Administration gave about $520,000 to the HOA after the HOA sold some of its common land to the ICC. Since then, frustrated residents have voiced their concerns about the HOA's lack of regular, open meetings and say the HOA board has spent money without the approval of the entire board. The HOA is overseen by Greenbelt-based Williams Community Management."


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