HOA Gets New Board After Entire Board Removed in October | News
A new board of directors is now in place at a homeowners association where the entire board was removed.
The three-member board of the Autumn Chase Homeowners Association was removed by the state's Real Estate Division in October after it was found that they violated several state laws, including failure to hold proper elections, using association funds for personal use and failure to prepare and audit financial records.
Autumn Chase is a 46-home developement near Craig Road and Simmons Street.
The state's Real Estate Division's Ombudsman for Owners in Common-Interest Communities presided over the election.
“This election was an important step in moving the Autumn Chase Homeowner’s Association forward in putting the board back to work for the benefit of their community,” said Kara Jenkins, Real Estate Division’s CICCH Ombudsman.
Two of the three board members had to pay more than $115,000 in administrative fines and fees.