STOP use of HOA funds to discriminate
On June 27, 2018 the Saratoga Home Owners Association Annual Meeting was held at the Lions Club in Mount Pleasant, NC. An HOA Board Director hired a Deputy from the Sheriff's department to ensure a homeowner with PTSD is controlled during the meeting. The Deputy stood at the back of the room during the entire meeting, and escorted the Director to her vehicle afterward. The protection was for this specific person using HOA funds.
As fellow home owners in the Saratoga community we were unaware of this transaction prior to this meeting, and was alarmed $60 of our funds would be used for personal security without our prior knowledge or approval. The 'home owner with PTSD' is a contributing member of this community and lives in peace with all neighbors. He is a combat injured veteran with PTSD and has shown no signs of aggression or violence to the families within the community. We did not need protection from this home owner at the meeting. We believe the HOA board of Directors discriminated against this family by using his disabilities to further push their agenda of harassment and retaliation on this home owner.
We stand with Tintu Parameswar and his family.