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Out, demons of HOA, out!

I live in an area referred to as Red Rock. It's not incorporated. South of us is Marana proper. The fancypants Pulte community of McMansions is on the west side of I-10 and the Anarchist Village where we live is on the east side.

Marilyn Bedoya is a woman who resides in the vicinity and she's a caterer. She has also been organizing food truck round-ups that have been taking place every other month or so in the community park in the Pulte Homes community.

The Pulte Homes HOA has evil plans indeed. Evil, evil, evil. They want to incorporate Red Rock and make it a town. Steve immediately called them out in the community web page for wanting to establish fiefdoms and wield petty tyranny. They hotly denied this, said that incorporation was inevitable and whined that he was personally attacking them. Which he was, but the emperor is naked here, you know?

The next post declared that the food truck roundups have been banned from the community park, by order of the HOA. People are devastated.

I messaged Marilyn and suggested moving the whole thing to the east side. The idea is under consideration. I know a few other foodie households who will be beside themselves to have the food truck roundup closer!

All the HOA/incorporation people go to the same church, Red Rock Community Church. I'm going to check it out this weekend, just to see what the dynamic is. This is a sacrifice for me, because I'll be postponing the trip to the KJV 1611-only fundamentalist church, and I've been wanting to go there sooooo badly.


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Aug. 16th, 2014 02:28 am (UTC)
I wouldn't think that incorporation into an HOA would go over very well there. Would you have any recourse, if they were to try to incorporate and take over?
Aug. 16th, 2014 03:18 am (UTC)
I would think that changing from a HOA to an actual town would give you more clout and control over what the town does, as opposed to having to put up with an HOA. But what do I know?
Aug. 16th, 2014 04:57 am (UTC)
how does this HOA even work--can they legally do all these dastardly things? I was on the board for my old neighborhood and we had surprisingly little power. (Old governing laws though.)

...we had no real authority but still got blamed for everything; was impressive ...
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