White Oak flood resolution
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Several units in White Oak Condominiums have flooded multiple times (now, 3 times just in the last 28 months). The Harris County flood map was changed January of 2017, a few buildings are now, not just in the 100 year floodplain but on the edge of the flood way. It is arguable that some units are actually in the flood way
Flooding multiple times is a detriment not just to the federal flood insurance program but to our neighboring buildings as well. It is a financial drain on the association and creates a stigma that holds down property values within our complex. Second floor units of buildings that consistently flood are also at risk of mold and structural defects.
As flooding has rendered a majority of a few buildings obsolete and there are provisions within the HOA by-laws pertaining to this situation specifically, we would like clarification on the process of removing a building(s) from the HOA as it is not addressed specifically in the by-laws. (For example, will it take a simple majority agreeing to removal at a meeting with a simple majority present or a super majority and a super majority or some other circumstance?)
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