I emailed the board, questioning the commercial vehicle parking in our community. The response from a board member was, "We, the board, have voted to give this resident permission to park the vehicle in the community until the end of the month.”
Does the board have the authority to circumvent both the POS and bylaws at their sole discretion? Also, the board previously mandated the removal of another residents commercial vehicle from community property last year. Also, the person being allowed to keep the commercial vehicle on community property is a personal friend and neighbor of a board member. A few of us have filed charges against the board for violation of both the POS and bylaws and discriminatory practices with the judiciary committee by certified mail to the board (being that enough residents have not signed on for the judiciary committee.
Your advice would be very much appreciated regarding this issue. Also, is there a state agency that monitors goings-on of this nature in 55-and-over communities in New Jersey?
---Concerned About Commercial Parking
“Members of the condominium board owe a fiduciary duty to members of the association, and its failure or selective enforcement of certain rules is a breach of that fiduciary duty.