“I’ve long thought that Adams Hill needed to be a neighborhood association because our needs are different and our neighborhood is different,” said Michael Teahan, an Adams Hill Neighborhood Assn. board member who also serves as president of the Glendale Homeowners Coordinating Council, an umbrella organization representing 19 homeowners associations throughout the city.
It is unclear what the Adams Hill change will mean for its membership in that council, Teahan said.
“This kind of situation was not envisioned,” he said. “Nowhere in the bylaws does it define what an association is supposed to be.”
The coordinating council has created a committee to draft qualifications for membership. Teahan said he hopes the council will allow the Adams Hill organization to continue as a member.