Our HOA recently completed its 2019 annual operating budget and included several "special projects" designed to enhance and improve the property. None of these projects includes repairs or replacements, but will improve the aesthetics of certain common areas, and the cost is not necessarily expensive enough to special assess. One homeowner says this procedure of adding these projects to the operating budget is illegal as any new projects must be billed to the owners via a special assessment. Where can I find this answer? We live in California.
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