It has been a topic before i.e. where homeowners are given time frames to make corrections on their homes when and if they receive a 'so-called' Notice of Violation. But no such time frame for MVF or SVHC to perform adequate inspections or to note violations. Case in point i.e. was being cited for a storm door installed in 1983 but not cited till 2007. Vinyl siding, house numbers and light fixture installed in 2003 but not cited (suspiciously) till very end of 2012. But the recent situation is a parking regulation sign that has been missing since January. Numerous alerts & photos sent to MVF since January yet no action has taken place for six (6) months. If an HOA is going to mandate parking regulations and legally enforce regulations and parking restrictions, then adequate signs should be posted. What I find more troublesome is if the most simplest of issues can not be resolved in timely fashion (if at all), then how can the larger, more dire community issues get resolved. Answer to that is all around me...homes in disrepair, signs missing, trash and litter 24/7, drain systems backing up onto common ground walks, etc. How does an HOA or those designated with responsibility (under corporation status and via the mandated assessment fees residents pay such corporations) to manage community property expect residents to take pride in a community when it has been quite apparent the example set by absent representatives leaves 'much to be desired'! Rhetorical! Should we residents begin to send MVF and SVHC 'Notices of Violation' and threaten them as well with administrative fees and trips to court as they so readily do to residents?