Sun Ridge Association threatens news reporter
02 November 2016
FLEMINGTON, N.J. The battle between frustrated Sun Ridge
Association homeowners and its management firm, Premier Management
Associates, has heated up.
During an open meeting at the community pool, a homeowner accused
representative Victoria Miller of questionable practices. Among the
many accusations made in a monthly homeowners association meeting were
sharing of confidential correspondence between homeowners and
management; fostering a negative environment in the community and
breach of trust. Miller denied the sharing of the letters. However,
Premier Management Associates responded by promptly replacing her as
the association management representative for the community, replaced
by Debbie Haraburda.
threats hurled at the reporter, including a personal vendetta
to bury him
South Jersey News Reporter Joe Kane is a radio host on several local
radio networks. Also he has been a homeowner in Sun Ridge for years.
This week he was greeted at the community pool house by a heated
discussion with association management legal representative Jeff Sirot
with the law firm of Curcio Mirzaian Sirot. According to Kane, when
questioned about the important issues facing the community’s homeowners
and the association, Sirot responded unprofessionally with threats
hurled at the reporter, including a personal vendetta to bury him.
Over the last several years, Sun Ridge Association homeowners have
taken issue with the community’s management style and are creating a
new website to bring awareness to the issues community wide. Their new
website, dubbed “The Unofficial Sun Ridge Page” is currently under
development and should be available soon.
Officials from Premier Management Associates and the law firm of Curcio Mirzaian Sirot were unavailable for comment .
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