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The community shares no common amenities or services that might justify management.
Property owners agreed to make the HOA committee the legal trustee of their own property, not their neighbor's. As such, one has no legal right to pay someone to force their neighbor into compliance, one can only agree to comply in their own behalf and shouldn't ethically have to pay for that "service".
The "service" promised is already enforced at the city level and equates to a duplicate tax.
The HOA committees (past and present) and Western Management have been untimely in their response or unresponsive altogether to concerns and requests of property owners and inconsistent in their duties to offer required written notices, enforce accross-the-board compliance, and hold required board and HOA community meetings and therefore have breeched their contract.