In 2007, our past HOA President reported that our Tiny Tot Lot Play Gym was damaged from vandalism at a Board of Directors meeting. Later, one of our Board members took on the responsibility of reporting the incident to the Montgomery County Police and to our State Farm Insurance Agent.
Board members discussed that they had not received any management reports from our contracted community management provider, which was MTM Management Associates (MTM) and Michael Potter, President of MTM.
This was one item added to several that resulted in the Board voting unanimously to terminate with MTM.
Our community managment contract with MTM read in part:
"The Agent (MTM) shall promptly investigate and make full written reports as to all accidents or claims for damage relating to the management, operation, and maintenance of the Common Areas and Community Facilities, including any damage or destruction to the Common Areas and Community Facilities estimated cost of repair or replacements and shall cooperate and make any and all reports required by any insurance company in connection therewith."
So much for having a CONTRACT!
We will let any future consumers decide the value of the Community Association Institute (CAI) credentials claimed by Mr. Potter