EMHA SELECTIVE ENFORCEMENT

Timothy Hinker and Henry Trost, EMHA Design Review Committee members, ignoring multiple rule violations of the Pierce's.
“The essence of fascism is to make laws forbidding everything and then enforce them selectively against your enemies.” ― John Lescroart

According to one homeowner, the EMHA Design Review Committee hyper-enforces non-rules against him while deliberately ignoring violations of others. This is commonly known as selective enforcement.

The Association's Board of Directors has a responsibility to ensure that all homeowners are treated fairly and dealt with in good faith. In many instances it can be demonstrated that they seemingly fail in this regard, always involving the same homeowner. In a short period of time the Association has:

  • Created a drone policy to prevent a single homeowner from engaging in legal activity;
  • Attempted to force a single homeowner to conform to the same lighting standards as a national monument operated by the federal government;
  • Attempted to force a single homeowner to remove antennae that is protected by federal regulation;
  • Denied a single homeowner the benefit of fair and reasonable design review;
  • Surveilled the property, vehicles and persons of a single family within the subdivision;
  • Investigated the background and criminal history of a single family within the subdivision;
  • Made false and defamatory claims about a single homeowner;

Without going address by address, this homeowner has catalogued a great number of violations that the Association has apparently turned a blind eye to for many years, if not decades. Some of the biggest rule violators are persons who have been given the job of enforcing the rules.


IGNORING BLATANT RULE VIOLATIONS

The entire existing, and many previous EMHA Boards and Design Review Committees have ignored blatant rule violations for a number of years. However, when you consider that it has been largely the exact same people, occasionally changing positions, it becomes apparent why nonprofit corporations are not usually allowed to have the same leadership year after year, for decades. It can become a self-serving group of like-minded people who have no interest in fair dealing, fiscal responsibility or anything other than what they want.

EMHA Rule violations ignored for years by the Board and Design Review Committee.

EMHA RULE VIOLATIONS IGNORED FOR YEARS BY MULTIPLE BOARD AND DESIGN REVIEW COMMITTEES.

EMHA Rule violations ignored for years by the Board and Design Review Committee.

EMHA RULE VIOLATIONS IGNORED FOR YEARS BY MULTIPLE BOARD AND DESIGN REVIEW COMMITTEES.

EMHA Rule violations ignored for years by the Board and Design Review Committee.

EMHA RULE VIOLATIONS IGNORED FOR YEARS BY MULTIPLE BOARD AND DESIGN REVIEW COMMITTEES.

EMHA Rule violations ignored for years by the Board and Design Review Committee.

EMHA RULE VIOLATIONS IGNORED FOR YEARS BY MULTIPLE BOARD AND DESIGN REVIEW COMMITTEES.