The problem is without an ethics policy, people don't actually have to do their jobs.
"Tony", was hired 8/21 as "Managing Agent". He is hired as an individual, which means we did not hire the company he happens to be president of, NCM; but he likes to pretend. Or is it self-dealing?
"I used this one last time, I swear!"
It's fun to watch for a little while, but then you, err, I, start to wonder... and, at a certain point you- no, I? Confusing- just have to step in. Or at least hope somebody does.
What are we paying you for? Do you even know? I don't. How could I if you don't let me inspect the records? "You" didn't get them after you took over management of our association? Who's responsibility is that? Do I need to worry about fiduciary duty, on YOUR behalf?
You're "out of town" for the week? Funny how everyone is "away" suddenly when it comes to fulfilling their duties.
I did this all on my own, how many people are working for you? Are we paying for them too? Do you need to hire a few more lawyers? Will you try to make us pay for them too?
Why did you not get them?!!1one. Should I be the one to figure out how to objectively measure incompetence? Good thing I asked I guess?
Aren't those the documents you're supposed to govern? You don't have your governing documents? Have you read the riot act? How can you possibly be the managing company, if you don't even have "complete files"? Isn't that your responsibility? Aren't you the one protecting my interests?
Is something going on? Or is it just incompetence? Are we going to get a refund? Am I supposed to ask you to do your job? Do you need instructions? Are you just trying to shift blame? That would actually make me feel better in this instance.
Announces a law as a way of putting it into execution
from -mulgare, a form that is probably related to the verb mulgēre, meaning "to milk".
I don't know, can you milk me? Do I need to continue to announce the laws? Or can you? Who is acting promulgatur?
Can this joke be milked a little more?
When things don't make sense, you've got to take a long hard look at them.
A lack of expertise and targeted enforcement has resulted in our storm drains being completely filled with dirt, while the developer continues to sign off the Stormwater Inspection log book! Yet, the experts decide parking by residents was the concern? Or are we just the easier targets?
Should NCM just selectively focus on one type of enforcement, resident and guest parking, ignoring the larger issues? Does that seem reasonable? Or should the management company do something about real issues?
We all agree they should know the rules before they start selectively applying them?
It's easy to get mad at the HOA Board itself, but that is misplaced, it is the duty of the management company to act as the expert, to be a neutral party, take in to consideration all things, not be arbitrary or capricious. They need to inform us, why are we needing to inform them?
When you place a tow notice on a vehicle it better be the product of expertise, not misplaced zeal; and, you better know the laws, not leave it to us to figure out.
The issue facing the Court was what standard of review should be applied by a court to a government agency's own reading of a statute that it is charged with administering.
While it isn't a case about Homeowners Associations directly it is often referenced in disputes that arise from sudden changes of enforcement.
When it is so implausible the enforcer is an expert, who is? Are we expected to become experts ourselves, and deal with the hassle in small claims court? Where are our armies of lawyers? If they themselves don't seem to know the rules, how can they be relied upon to properly enforce them? Let alone, inform us?!
Listen to Senator Gorsuch talk about what happens when you have an agency come in, years later, and decide hey you know what, we we're wrong all along! YouTube: In second round of questions, Hatch and Gorsuch discuss Chevron Doctrine