Teh Squeaky Wheel
The stalling bullshit from HH-A HOA has already -- rather predictably -- begun. Got copied on an email from one of their attorneys yesterday afternoon containing this hilarity:
As you were made aware, the handling attorneys recently changed and as you also know, the Association acts through a Board of Directors, comprised of volunteers who must follow various processes and procedures to make decisions of this nature. Typically, through a duly noticed Board meeting. We have been attempting to coordinate such a meeting with the Board to discuss the appointment of a mediator and related matters but have been unable to do so to date. We anticipate being able to get a quorum toward the end of next week.
Funny that this same Board appears to have had little problem meeting and “deciding” to shake-down JimCo, file baseless multiple complaints against our surety bond and the Contractors State Licensing Board, not to mention attempting to fabricate evidence blaming JimCo for a leak which was repaired by others well before we ever did any work on the property.
The opening of our lawbaw’s response to the arbitration company’s case manager:
Please designate the Arbitrator my clients selected if Mr. [Redacted] and his multiple firm colleagues cannot figure out how to get a few board members on the phone to discuss the mundane process of selecting an Arbitrator by Monday (there are 6 attorneys for the HOA on this $13,000 case!).
Our guy then details much -- but not all -- of the recent sleaze promulgated by opposing counsel and HH-A. (HH-A was supposed to provide their choice of an Arbitrator 2.5 weeks ago but did not.)
Oh well…moar blatant “bad faith” action by HH-A and their accursed counsel probably doesn’t hurt our case.
Hi, Fatwa -- this is such an interesting situation you are in. “Interesting” in the sense that I can’t figure out their motivation.
Hope Brenda is having an OK day.
Happy Armadillo Caturday, Gerbil Nation!
Good morning, Fatwa, and Sven!
Fatwa -- it sounds like the HH-A attorneys are demanding they be allowed a couple of months to respond to any request or make any decision. I hope the arbitration company slaps them down, good and hard.
Sven -- I hope you don’t have to work this weekend.
I see there were the predictable protests in CA regarding the SCOTUS decision to overturn Roe v. Wade. None of the protestors and none of the reporters seem to know that abortion wasn’t banned, it was left to the states to decide, and in CA, the state allows abortion, so there has been no change.
Democrats sure seem afraid of Democracy. So will the violent protesters be hunted down and held without bail for a year or so?
Not with the current administration in charge.
Hi, Paddy -- I finished up my project last weekend -- the first phase of it -- but there’s no phases clearly defined beyond Phase 1. And I wonder if I worked myself out of a job, but I do have the weekend off.
I was wondering if the Indian tribes, being sovereign nations and all, could become abortion providers. “Come for an abortion -- stay for the slots!!!”
The democrats have really gone full Brownshirt lately, and quite openly.
Yes, they have, and the media is complicit in painting this as a normal, acceptable way to respond to not getting your way.
Hi, Sven, Mac and Paddy!
Visited MamaK today which was nice; just wish it wasn’t such a schlep both ways.
Aside from tiring easily, BK’s had an “okay” day; I truly appreciate those.
I’m fooking tired of the HH-A HOA and their attorneys; we’ll see what the arbitration company has to say about this latest carp. I cannot even make a guess at what motivates their stunningly irrational behavior.
They’re lucky I’m not a psycho…yet. ‘Cause I’m enraged enough to want to do truly horrific things to them. Screw “justice”; I want bloodcurdling, pantaloon-soiling revenge.
It’s a character flaw, I suppose; oh, well…