GEORGIA – Residents outraged by car booting over HOA fees
DEKALB COUNTY, Ga. — Neighbors in a DeKalb County condominium complex were upset after they say management arranged for their cars to be booted over outstanding homeowner’s association fees. “I can’t even sleep at night, I get up and come look over the banister to see if I got more boots,” a resident who didn’t want to be identified told Channel 2’s Amy Napier Viteri.
She said she got a flat tire after her car got booted at the Ridge Creek condos in Clarkston. Several people said the same thing happened to them. Heritage Property Management, which maintains the complex, sent a letter to residents telling them anyone with outstanding HOA dues would be bootedu June 18. The neighbor told Viteri her boyfriend owns the unit and showed emails saying the HOA Board approved a payment plan for his dues. Read more: