We built a new house in 2017. The builder offered pools as part of the construction process. The town missed ensuring the properties were compliant with pool barrier ordinances for homes specifically on common areas that had view fencing. Our was caught after they approved our pool and on the final town inspection due to a decorate block on the exterior of the wall. The inspector missed it, the town missed it, and the hoa doesn’t want to allow us to modify the wall to come into compliance. They won’t meet with us and the town and their only replies are threats and I reasonable times for action – 10 days. We don’t feel the requests to remove the modifications or construct a wall and submit for an additional wall/fence within my property perimeter are not fair requests due to other structures they approved now in the way and loss of part of our yard. We are of the opinion this is a latent defect that was discovered after the fact and we would like to formally request the HOA and all applicable parties to schedule a board meeting, specifically to discuss this situation. Should this be an issue between the builder, hoa and town or is it our problem to remedy? All 3 other common area lots are out of compliance, except for ours. Builder won’t reply, the declarant won’t reply, the town has tried to influence the resolution, and we are not getting anywhere.