The Ombudsman Office can investigate the matter, especially since you are stating that homes are being sold and immediately being rented out.
The Nevada Transportation Authority regulates towing companies. I suggest that you contact them with your concerns about towing companies and their unethical practices.
I am having trouble with my homeowners association board discriminating against me because I am a 66-year-old disabled person parking my truck in my driveway. They won’t give me any accommodation.
Your governing documents take precedence over HOA Google.
NRS 116.31153 lists the regulations pertaining to signatures required for withdrawal of certain funds.
Unless your association follows the restrictions that the common area cannot be converted to turf, your board of directors can authorize the conversion without the approval of the homeowners.
At your open board meeting, you can state that the complaints have been dismissed, but say no more. You risk violating confidentiality, especially if your comments accidentally identify the homeowner(s).
You should contact the Nevada Real Estate Division and Community Associations Institute Chapter for other practical information in governing associations as well as seminars that are being taught on a regular basis to assist managers and board members.
t is not unusual to have regulations in a condominium to help reduce the sound from one unit to another unit, especially those vertical ones.
Finally, changing the parking lot to one with designated spaces may require approval by the homeowners as it may fall under architectural change of the common area.
Continue to remind pool owners in your flyers. For those violators, do send out courtesy letters, which include the statement that a second offense will result in a hearing (check your enforcement policy as to when you can send the hearing letter).
As to the actual removal of a tree and replacing it with a boulder, you will need to look at your architectural guidelines as the board may have the authority to require you to do more than place a boulder.
If at the time of purchase of the home, the color scheme was part of the original architectural guidelines, the association may possibly not have the authority to mandate a new color scheme.
Nevada Revised Statute 116.31036 pertains to the removal of a director. A director can be removed with or without cause.
Your association should not count a yes vote for homeowners who don’t vote.