The HOA manages itself; all the people involved pay themselves. They manage the facility FBO themselves (i.e. "declarants") as they speculate on properties and rent out the facilities for even more profit. Shea tells homebuyers the facilities are for them. Shea doesn't tell potential buyers that it is in the business of facilities rental and Shea homebuyers will be Shea's business partners in the facilites rental industry...problem is all the profits go to Shea and the homeowner's management layers. Shea doesn't tell the homebuyers that the facilities are for the public NOT the homebuyers. Shea gives new customers a tour of the facilities but doesn't tell them that the facilities are to be overcromwned, run down and rented buy the public. The managers rent the facilities to anyone who'll pay. The public comes in and destroys the facilities. The public runs the Shea homeowners out. All the management layers rent the facilities out and pay themselves ridiculous salaries as they work on renting out the facilities to generate the revenue necessary to pay their rediculous salaries. An absurd and vicious circle. It's an incestuous and corrupt relationship that does not benefit Shea homebuyers and Trilogy homeowners. The management structure even speculates on properties inside the development it ostensibly manages. The HOA management manages to make money on rents, spec houses and fees that benefit the layers of management. They can't even soften the water for the homeowners. The pool can't possibly accomodate 3,000 residents at build-out and take a look at the gym when you want to exercise in the morning. The library is full of noisy kids and is usually closed to homeowners as management commandeers it. Trilogy - the land of the PROFITEER as the dues paying homeowners wait in line. Try contacting a "representative" of the homeowners. Good luck there...and don't even think Shea is concerned. After you buy, Shea doesn't return calls. It's PROFITEER city. Residents be damned. YOU'LL BE SORRRRRY!!!