Shaun Goeckner doesn't think the fence needs to be replaced yet but he's
more upset about the loan to pay for it.
Goeckner says the Copper Ridge Homeowners’ Association Board of
Directors used the value of homes in their subdivision to secure a
$275,000 loan, without anyone's permission.
So Goeckner is collecting signatures, trying to recall
all five homeowners on the board of directors.
As for the other side of the story, Treasurer Bob Silmser declined
on-camera interview, but called the recall effort totally out of line.
Silmser says the board did not need the residents’ approval before
getting this loan, and he says homeowners shouldn't worry about
because the association has enough money to make the loan payments.
There are 923 homes in the Copper Ridge subdivision. The residents need
half of the homeowners' signatures, plus one, for a recall of the
Homeowners' Association's Board of Directors.
/ SHAUN GOECKNER:
"I don't much like it. If I have a lien on the house, I have
to pay for another individual's errant decision, before I can
refinance, sell or make any other financial decisions concerning