HOA property manager accused of refusing to turn over accounts, records

A homeowners association property manager, who hired a former officer and convicted felon to work inside an Osceola County neighborhood, is accused of refusing to turn over bank accounts and other records at a different HOA in Seminole County, 9 Investigates reporter Karla Ray reported.
Ray learned there was a criminal investigation into whether Sherry Raposo stole money from Winter Green at Winter Park HOA's bank account. But Casselberry police closed that case last month due to insufficient evidence of a crime.
The Winter Green at Winter Park HOA is set to go to trial early next year against Raposo.  A lawsuit claims she is refusing to turn over HOA bank accounts and other community records.
“It’s been very difficult for the association,” attorney Marlene Kirtland Kirian said.  “The association basically had to remake all the account ledgers with all the owners in the association.”

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The community claims an election was held on Nov. 12, based on a notice Raposo sent out to homeowners. However, attorneys on her side assert the notice was actually dated for Nov. 15, which would mean the election held on the Nov.12 was illegal.

The community claims an election was held on Nov. 12, based on a notice Raposo sent out to homeowners. However, attorneys on her side assert the notice was actually dated for Nov. 15, which would mean the election held on the Nov.12 was illegal.
The community claims an election was held on Nov. 12, based on a notice Raposo sent out to homeowners. However, attorneys on her side assert the notice was actually dated for Nov. 15, which would mean the election held on the Nov.12 was illegal.
The community claims an election was held on Nov. 12, based on a notice Raposo sent out to homeowners. However, attorneys on her side assert the notice was actually dated for Nov. 15, which would mean the election held on the Nov.12 was illegal.
The community claims an election was held on Nov. 12, based on a notice Raposo sent out to homeowners. However, attorneys on her side assert the notice was actually dated for Nov. 15, which would mean the election held on the Nov.12 was illegal.
The community claims an election was held on Nov. 12, based on a notice Raposo sent out to homeowners. However, attorneys on her side assert the notice was actually dated for Nov. 15, which would mean the election held on the Nov.12 was illegal.
The community claims an election was held on Nov. 12, based on a notice Raposo sent out to homeowners. However, attorneys on her side assert the notice was actually dated for Nov. 15, which would mean the election held on the Nov.12 was illegal.
The community claims an election was held on Nov. 12, based on a notice Raposo sent out to homeowners. However, attorneys on her side assert the notice was actually dated for Nov. 15, which would mean the election held on the Nov.12 was illegal.
The community claims an election was held on Nov. 12, based on a notice Raposo sent out to homeowners. However, attorneys on her side assert the notice was actually dated for Nov. 15, which would mean the election held on the Nov.12 was illegal.
The community claims an election was held on Nov. 12, based on a notice Raposo sent out to homeowners. However, attorneys on her side assert the notice was actually dated for Nov. 15, which would mean the election held on the Nov.12 was illegal.
The community claims an election was held on Nov. 12, based on a notice Raposo sent out to homeowners. However, attorneys on her side assert the notice was actually dated for Nov. 15, which would mean the election held on the Nov.12 was illegal.
The community claims an election was held on Nov. 12, based on a notice Raposo sent out to homeowners. However, attorneys on her side assert the notice was actually dated for Nov. 15, which would mean the election held on the Nov.12 was illegal.