The law allows a recall process to begin when the board is presented with a petition signed by 25 percent of the eligible voters in the community, or 100 voters, whichever is less. The law applies to communities with 1,000 members or less. Pecos North has 168 members and, therefore, needed 42 signatures to trigger a recall. The management company now has 30 days, or until July 19 to hold an election.
In 2005, just four days after the law first passed, community members in Pecos North filed signatures to recall three board members. At the time members said there were problems with the property management company, City Property Management Co., and the board members refused to search for a new company. Three members of the board were recalled and the new board got rid of City Property Management.
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Friday, June 28, 2013
Arizona: Pecos North Homeowners Association pushes recall of three board members
Pecos North Homeowners Association is trying to recall three board members,Sharron Peek, June Peele and Joann Pompa. Good discussion of the Arizona law:
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