HOA board organized a parking lot directly near my units. Fumes produced by parked cars increase the concentration of exhausted fumes which negatively affect the health of my family and deteriorate the surface of my units. Unfortunately, HOA board ignores my complaint. What a local instance/office can help me?
I would suggest first reviewing your association's governing documents (the covenants, Bylaws, and community rules). There may be a formal procedure by which you can raise a complaint that would have to be heard in a formal session of the Board. Now, if your complaints to date have already exhausted whatever such procedures are available to address such issues and to no avail, you could commence a civil injunctive action against the association. However, that is a fairly complex action to pursue and one generally difficult to prevail upon. It would be best to seek the advice and assistance of a local attorney experienced in handling such matters to review the situation, explain the available options, and help you pursue the best one. Good luck!
I agree with the previous answers and you should measure the CO in the residence for safety and if if the level is elevated indoors document the facts. Hire a lawyer to help you find a solution and present it to the board.
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