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October 16, 2021

Rayjin Teppanyaki

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With major structural work on the horizon for Destin's Shoreline Towers, a group of owners is attempting to recall the current homeowners association board.

Owners at Destin’s aging Shoreline Towers want to boot HOA board

DESTIN — With their homeowners association board poised to embark on a multi-million dollar structural renovation of their ageing condominium, some rental homeowners at Shoreline Towers on Holiday Isle have requested a remember of the complete governing overall body.

Mike Kent, owner/supervisor of Progressive Management of America, the organization that has overseen the organizing of the creating renovation, verified a petition for remember experienced been submitted to the governing board.

“Board customers will meet up with (Thursday) to vote on irrespective of whether or not to certify it,” Kent claimed. “They will probable vote not to certify because the board and other individuals who have reviewed the paperwork turned in discovered irregularities.”

With major structural work on the horizon for Destin's Shoreline Towers, a group of owners is attempting to recall the current homeowners association board.

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The board is also anticipated to be questioned Thursday to approve a nearly $80,000 per-device assessment to address the price of the renovation, with an overall cost tag estimated at $10 million and $15 million.

Kent verified rumors persist that individuals driving the remember work oppose ponying up for the renovation.