OREGON – Portland Condo Owners Toss Out Homeowners Association Board That Imposed High Fees

WILLAMETTE WEEK: Portland Condo Owners Toss Out Homeowners Association Board That Imposed High Fees
Westlake Village condo owners feared a $6.4 million new construction project would force them out of their homes
By Rachel Monahan
September 27, 2017

Condo owners in the Cedar Mill neighborhood have won a reprieve from the new fees that many feared would drive them from their homes.

On Sept. 21, at the annual meeting of the Westlake Village Condominium Homeowners Association, the group calling itself Save Westlake Village took over all five positions on the HOA board.

They intend to rescind the fees the previous board imposed to pay for a $6.4 million renovation project for the 200-unit complex.

The burden of those fees feel unequally on the poorest condo owners, some

of whom spent their life savings on units and feared the new costs would amount to an economic eviction.  Read more:

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