Trouble continues to brew at the Sierra Pointe Condominium Association. Here is a map of the 282-unit complex.
Sierra Pointe has been embroiled in controversy for years as owners fued and fight for control of the governing association board.
They have attacked each other verbally with name-calling and shouting matches at board meetings, in snarky dueling newsletters and in physical confrontations that led to a permanent restraining order obtained by a condo owner against the property manager.
Some of the controversies seem petty: association president Randy Pech ordered a retaining wall power-washed to remove years of chalk art created by condo owner Annette Daymon leading her to vigorously defend her position and attack the board for a host of perceived wrongs. Here are some photos of the wall as Daymon created it and after it was washed.
Pech said the wall was an eyesore and should never have been allowed by previous association boards because it gave other owners the impression they could do anything they want to common areas on the complex. He said it was important for the board be consistent in treatment of owners and common areas.
But the wall is nothing compared to the more serious controversies swirling around Sierra Pointe, its finances, its property manager Robert Bleck of Premier Colorado, and the association board.
Read more on-line about Sierra Pointe and view its covenants, meeting minutes and more.