Association repeatedly fails to pay taxes
The Edgewater Isle Master Association has been hit with liens from San Mateo County on five separate occasions for failure to pay property taxes on the RV lot.
The years the liens have been filed are 2012, 2013, 2016, 2017, and 2018. The lien filed in 2012 is shown here:
Public records show that San Mateo County filed a lien against the Edgewater Isle Master Association on November 18, 2013, for $344.71, including late fees of $35.54.
One may wonder what the Edgewater Isle Master Association is thinking, continuing to pay late property taxes on the RV rental lot.
Common Interest Management Services, the Master Association's management company, should also be held to answer for this because this sort of inaction costs homeowners more money.
But look for this to be filed under "office supplies" or "miscellaneous" in the annual, uh, "audit." (Audits are a mandated joke -- the auditors never inquire or care about the creative accounting that goes on in homeowners associations. But that's another story.
Having had these liens published on edgewaterisle.com, the Edgewater Isle Master Association and its management company Common Interest Managment Services continued for another three years to get this wrong: