Northridge Subdivision
Kentucky Girl

Bowling Green, KY

#21 Mar 21, 2013
I do live in Northride. It's a quiet and clean neighborhood. Although, I will definitely agree that the Northridge homeowners association is bull shit. They don't do anything that say they will with the money.
As far as the quality of our home, we absolutely love it! Never had any trouble with our neighborhood and I have always felt safe there.
NHA irresponsible

Bowling Green, KY

#22 Mar 21, 2013
Was anyone aware that the Northridge Homeowner's Association committed a federal crime whenever they had some of their lackeys deliver the flyers for the annual $50 fee? A felony was committed--no one is supposed to open your mailbox and place mail inside except USPS. In addition, NHA could be fined for postage for each flyer since they didn't even slap a stamp on them.$25,000 to $35,000 they extort from homeowners and aren't even compliant with proper procedure. Why is there even an NHA when nothing is ever done to benefit the community from the dollars of the hard-working folks from whom they stole? Comments are appreciated.
NHA irresponsible

Bowling Green, KY

#23 Mar 21, 2013
http://usgovinfo.about.com/od/consumerawarene...

Perhaps Northridge Homeowner's Association should read this. I wonder if their legal representation, Leia Allen Knee, is aware of this. Please go to link above and read.
Depends

Canton, OH

#25 Mar 22, 2013
It all depends on what street you live on in this neighborhood if its peaceful or not. We happen to live on the street with the mob of loud badmouthed kids that are hanging around all the time..wish we were on the other side!
LOL

United States

#26 Mar 22, 2013
NHA irresponsible wrote:
Was anyone aware that the Northridge Homeowner's Association committed a federal crime whenever they had some of their lackeys deliver the flyers for the annual $50 fee? A felony was committed--no one is supposed to open your mailbox and place mail inside except USPS. In addition, NHA could be fined for postage for each flyer since they didn't even slap a stamp on them.$25,000 to $35,000 they extort from homeowners and aren't even compliant with proper procedure. Why is there even an NHA when nothing is ever done to benefit the community from the dollars of the hard-working folks from whom they stole? Comments are appreciated.
Heaven forbid the association try to save $150 each time it has to send out a letter to every homeowner. Also, the HOA had permission from the mail carrier to do so. Your comment is disrespectful to the individuals that volunteered their time to hand deliver to 300 houses. You know if the association could get everyone to pay their dues then maybe they would have money to put in a playground, basketball court, etc. Instead the a large majority of the dues go toward legal representation to force people to pay. Maybe you should go to the meetings and you might actually be able to talk about these issues intelligently.
Depends

Canton, OH

#27 Mar 22, 2013
LOL wrote:
<quoted text>
Heaven forbid the association try to save $150 each time it has to send out a letter to every homeowner. Also, the HOA had permission from the mail carrier to do so. Your comment is disrespectful to the individuals that volunteered their time to hand deliver to 300 houses. You know if the association could get everyone to pay their dues then maybe they would have money to put in a playground, basketball court, etc. Instead the a large majority of the dues go toward legal representation to force people to pay. Maybe you should go to the meetings and you might actually be able to talk about these issues intelligently.
Perhaps those that are complaining ARE the ones paying the fees every year!(we pay every year) And a basketball court etc would be great..that way the kids can quit standing in the middle of the street like morons before they get hit by a car.(but we all know that'll never happen) And not everyone was/ is able to make it to a meeting. therefore maybe a individualized sheet should be printed out to all the people that pay explaining where the money goes. As i assume we are the ones paying to have the common area bush hogged...your welcome to those who dont pay! Just maybe the association could enforce a rule about playing in streets. Oh and can everyone keep their dogs in there own yard please? Or chained up? Thanks.
Popcorn

Bowling Green, KY

#28 Mar 22, 2013
LOL wrote:
<quoted text>
Heaven forbid the association try to save $150 each time it has to send out a letter to every homeowner. Also, the HOA had permission from the mail carrier to do so. Your comment is disrespectful to the individuals that volunteered their time to hand deliver to 300 houses. You know if the association could get everyone to pay their dues then maybe they would have money to put in a playground, basketball court, etc. Instead the a large majority of the dues go toward legal representation to force people to pay. Maybe you should go to the meetings and you might actually be able to talk about these issues intelligently.
Shitfire! Not everyone has time to attend those meetings scheduled during the middle of the week when people have to work. They never mow common grounds much and have been talking out their ass for years about all they want to do. Money is going in someone's pocket. So LOL, Popcorn says fuck you.
Just Sayin

Canton, OH

#29 Mar 22, 2013
LOL wrote:
<quoted text>
Heaven forbid the association try to save $150 each time it has to send out a letter to every homeowner. Also, the HOA had permission from the mail carrier to do so. Your comment is disrespectful to the individuals that volunteered their time to hand deliver to 300 houses. You know if the association could get everyone to pay their dues then maybe they would have money to put in a playground, basketball court, etc. Instead the a large majority of the dues go toward legal representation to force people to pay. Maybe you should go to the meetings and you might actually be able to talk about these issues intelligently.
The mail carrier does not have the authority to ok breaking federal laws..you have to go a little higher up than that hun. Still broke the law no matter what.
Busted

Bowling Green, KY

#30 Mar 22, 2013
Northridge did break the law. It doesn't matter if they wanna save money on a stamp or not. The law is the law. Its a good, clean community. (on my end of the street)
Agree

Bowling Green, KY

#31 Mar 22, 2013
Just Sayin wrote:
<quoted text>
The mail carrier does not have the authority to ok breaking federal laws..you have to go a little higher up than that hun. Still broke the law no matter what.

I totally agree with your comment! Beside our mail carrier delivers our mail to the wrong address half the time, so I think it's safe to say that he doesn't have the authority to enforce laws!
Excuses

Bowling Green, KY

#32 Mar 22, 2013
LOL wrote:
<quoted text>
Heaven forbid the association try to save $150 each time it has to send out a letter to every homeowner. Also, the HOA had permission from the mail carrier to do so. Your comment is disrespectful to the individuals that volunteered their time to hand deliver to 300 houses. You know if the association could get everyone to pay their dues then maybe they would have money to put in a playground, basketball court, etc. Instead the a large majority of the dues go toward legal representation to force people to pay. Maybe you should go to the meetings and you might actually be able to talk about these issues intelligently.
Ummmm NO! People opening up our mailboxes without proper authorization is dissrespectful! Make that very clear. So you need to get that straight. We pay our dues, our neighbors mow the islands in front of our house, so don't tell me the HOA does shit! Cause they don't!
Just Sayin

Canton, OH

#33 Mar 22, 2013
Agree wrote:
<quoted text>
I totally agree with your comment! Beside our mail carrier delivers our mail to the wrong address half the time, so I think it's safe to say that he doesn't have the authority to enforce laws!
Lol..he does deliver to the wrong house a lot! I've got to know my neighbors that way.
NHA Irresponsible

Bowling Green, KY

#34 Mar 22, 2013
LOL wrote:
<quoted text>
Heaven forbid the association try to save $150 each time it has to send out a letter to every homeowner. Also, the HOA had permission from the mail carrier to do so. Your comment is disrespectful to the individuals that volunteered their time to hand deliver to 300 houses. You know if the association could get everyone to pay their dues then maybe they would have money to put in a playground, basketball court, etc. Instead the a large majority of the dues go toward legal representation to force people to pay. Maybe you should go to the meetings and you might actually be able to talk about these issues intelligently.
As an FYI to you, I did pay my dues; however, I question why. You have admitted that the NHA was irresponsible in their distribution of flyers. Mail carriers DO NOT have permission to grant you authority. The volunteers violated our rights and the NHA broke the law. So some of the money collected goes to litigation to force people to pay...hmmm...where does the other money go? Oh yes, to a website that is rarely updated, GoDaddy fees which I question the logic, and such things as posters for nearly $100 advertising the NHA has a Facebook page! Get real! There is a surplus of money in the treasury. Either spend the money wisely or MAIL each homeowner a check for $50 and letter of apology LEGALLY stating you're sorry for violating their privacy and breaking federal law. I applaud those that agree with me. Northridge is a great place to live with several nice people. It is just sad that their are people like the one to whom I am replying that has to ruin a neighborhood with their ignorance and keep everyone constantly on their toes. It only takes one bad apple to spoil the bunch. Oh, and as far as the meetings, some of us do have to work long hours and can't go thru the week. I wonder why we should attend anyway if all that is spoken is babbling stupidity like the above-referenced comment to which I'm replying. To all my neighbors who have had the good sense to agree with me, I wish you a wonderful weekend.
NHA Irresponsible

Bowling Green, KY

#35 Mar 22, 2013
One last thing, if any of my good neighbors is able to attend a meeting in the future, will you please address the issues I've previously listed to the NHA? I'm sure they won't listen, but At least we will have a voice. And also something to ponder...if the NHA is so grandiose and has done so much for us, why have they had officers resign in the past? Thanks again!
LOL

Toledo, OH

#36 Mar 22, 2013
NHA Irresponsible wrote:
One last thing, if any of my good neighbors is able to attend a meeting in the future, will you please address the issues I've previously listed to the NHA? I'm sure they won't listen, but At least we will have a voice. And also something to ponder...if the NHA is so grandiose and has done so much for us, why have they had officers resign in the past? Thanks again!
The officers always resign because they have put up with dumbasses that b***h and complain all the the time and never get involved except on Topix. If you cant attend the meeting request the information be sent to you. The officer position is a volunteer position and nobody wants to put up with the bullshit. They are not getting paid for the crap they put up with. I should know I use to be an officer.
Live Here

Toledo, OH

#37 Mar 22, 2013
Have any of you people emailed your concerns to the HOA.
Just Sayin

Toledo, OH

#38 Mar 22, 2013
Which officer are y'all referring to?
WHY

Canton, OH

#39 Mar 22, 2013
WHY is there even a HOA...I mean this isn't a rich gated community..who made up the whole HOA and decided we needed one anyway? i could think of a lot of things I would rather spend my 50.00 on.
Homeowner

Nashville, TN

#40 Mar 22, 2013
WHY wrote:
WHY is there even a HOA...I mean this isn't a rich gated community..who made up the whole HOA and decided we needed one anyway? i could think of a lot of things I would rather spend my 50.00 on.
The county required it by the developer because of the size that the community will be when development is complete (750 house). Also, the developer deeded over 30 acres of "common areas" to the association which requires us to mow and hold liability insurance on in case someone gets hurt and their is a lawsuit. If the HOA didn't carry insurance and someone were to get hurt and sue then the homeowner's would be liable for the cost split equally.
Excuses

Bowling Green, KY

#41 Mar 23, 2013
Well, at least of the HOA got sued we would know our $50 would be going to use.

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