I’ve been concerned since the dreadful collapse of a condo building in Florida about deferred maintenance that may have contributed to that collapse along with other factors. It’s a concern that affects my community as well. As a current board member there is a backlog of deferred maintenance left by previous boards. It’s been especially difficult for me to get other board members and homeowners to understand that some of the deferred maintenance issues are about infrastructure and those issues must be addressed not just the cosmetic issues. A reserve study was commissioned in 2014 and it was recommended that there be at least $600,000 in the reserves by 2018. Currently we have only $80,000. This is a small104 unit condo complex and we are currently contributing to our reserves monthly, but we are nowhere near where we should be in reserves to address our infrastructure issues. My question is, does Arizona have a law regarding contributing to HOA reserves to protect homeowners, especially from having to levy special assessments to cover those costs? I read that Florida did have a statute on the books doing just that, but it was repealed in 2018 at the behest of the real estate industry and community manager’s association. Your thoughts would be appreciated.