Tag: signs

Accident, or Vandalism?

For the second time in 6 months, there are fresh tire tracks and a broken sign in the Heatherbrae entrance. Part of me wants to believe that this was an accident, but the sign was replaced the next day, and was stolen within a couple of hours of being put there.

I won’t bore you with the technical definition of “criminal damage” from Arizona statutes, but if you see someone damaging common areas of the community, please contact Lisa with details.

If you have a beef with the association, there are more productive ways of dealing with it. If you just want to get rid of the association, there are ways of doing that too.

In November of 2019 (just before the last Winter Festival) there was more extensive damage done to the Roma Park turf caused by someone taking their vehicle on a joyride through the park in the wee hours of the morning. For that damage, the Avondale Police Department was involved.

Please respect your common area property.

Dissolve the HOA?

In late June, some unknown person put handmade signs at each of the Rio Crossing exits:

The intention of the poster’s author is unclear, but rather than keep you in suspense, Ray Harwood researched the association’s governing documents regarding the requirements to dissolve the HOA. He documented the results of his research in a YouTube video, available here and by clicking the video’s thumbnail image below.

Just to be clear, the board does not support the dissolution of the association, but we felt the members should know the process through which it could be accomplished.