We assume it is OK for anyone to read it and discuss it since it is "Post(ed) in a conspicuous place on the premises" as stated at the bottom of the page.
|Your neighbor's eviction notice - some names have been blurred out.|
We don't know about you, but we find that to be quite a petty reason to throw somebody out the door. Especially someone who as far as we know, has not been a disturbance in any way.
Of course rules and regulations in a community are useful and they are meant to be followed. And we could discuss endlessly (go ahead down in the comments) on the value of the word "petty" we throw here in this post. Rules are rules some will say.
But if you have been reading the rest of this blog, if you have understood the characters involved here, we are confident you would agree there is a problem at Coral Point Condo Fort Lauderdale.
The problem we believe is that the HOA, and we suspect particularly its current President, is working hard in order to ruin it for all of us, well except maybe his lieutenants and whomever suck up to him.
We have been denouncing in this blog the autocratic conduct of the current HOA President of Coral Point Condo Fort Lauderdale, Mr. Doug Sterner. And we see this new unfortunate event as another illustration of the abusive behavior and the wicked motivations of the Coral Point Condominium HOA. And very misplaced priorities as somebody who has been stuck in the elevator at several occasions and now afraid to use it may testify.
And it seems we are not the only ones to feel that way, as some of you have commented, “I feel like I am being watched every time I go outside” on one of our previous post. To be fair some others seem to think we are wasting our time, or even that we are "sick" for writing this blog. And that is OK, we welcome communication, and that is what the comments section is made for.
What we would really like to see from you is a reaction to such events, whatever it is. One of your neighbors is being abruptly evicted for a petty (or excellent depending on your point of view) reason, what do you think about it?
Maybe you don't care or don't feel concerned in any way? Well, besides feeling compassion for Linda and her sudden situation, we invite you to reflect on the following. What if you are the next one to find an eviction notice taped to your door on an unilateral Coral Point Condo HOA decision? How do you know some new rules are not being cooked-up as we speak or tailor-made in order to get rid of you: no kids running and screaming on the premises (so annoying right?) no pickup trucks allowed especially work-related ones (so damn ugly and bulky), no old or crappy car (such an eye sore), no same-sex household (nah we're kidding you, that one is safe) etc
Our ultimate interrogation would be as to what exactly is the agenda of the current President of the Coral Point Condo Fort Lauderdale Home Owner Association? Because frankly it is puzzling to see so much efforts put into regulating, controlling and sanctioning ones neighbors ... Together with a rather non existent communication out of printed notices and forbidding signs. We would love for example for Mr. Doug Sterner to one day invite the Coral Point Condo residents to gather in order to talk and share his viewpoints directly. Surely so many new rules and drastic actions as taken recently would justify, as in any other community or structure, an opportunity for people to talk and share viewpoints. As we joked before in another post, this is not freakin' North Korea just yet, right?
And if you do not live at Coral Point Condo Fort Lauderdale, do not hesitate to give us your opinion on the situation and to tell us if this is the kind of place you would like to live in?
P.S. See below photo of Linda's cat taken one night (sorry for bad quality) He has caught and killed a rat, apparently rodent infestation is a recurring issue at Coral Point Condo, one that residents are not ever updated on by the way. Anyway that single act makes this cat more useful in our book than any Coral Point Condo Fort Lauderdale HOA member :)
|One less rat to worry about thanks to Linda's cat.|