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Two Days Community Associations Make the News for Unusual Reasons

Condo boards and home owner associations usually don’t make headlines.  But sometimes they do and we have had a month filled with some unusual events
First, we actually have a person who lost a condo board election filing a lawsuit to challenge the results.   Most boards don’t have enough people volunteering for office to end up with truly contested elections.   And these positions can best be described as “thankless,”  so filing a real lawsuit after losing is truly uncommon.
Hirsh Singh finished fifth in A recent  election and is reported to have  by a margin of more than 2-1.   Ocean Club Homeowners Association Board of Directors.  He lost to former New Jersey State Police Superintendent Michael Fedorko and his slate by a 48%-20% margin after running a scorched earth negative campaign.  He slammed Fedorko, a Marine combat veteran who earned a Purple Heart in Vietnam, as akin to “the Gestapo.”
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