Ebbing Tide Community Association allows the Minnows, a separately operated nonprofit swim team consisting of homeowners’ children, to use its main pool for practices and meets. The association charges the Minnows a fee, and the team is considered by many residents—even those without children on the team—to be a community amenity and a great way to bring people together. However, some owners are upset that they are forced to use the community’s smaller pool, which gets crowded quickly and isn’t as nice, when the Minnows use the main pool.
Does Ebbing Tide need to change its agreement with the Minnows swim team? Should the association do anything to appease the other owners?
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