About On the Commons (dot) net

Onthecommons.net is the companion site to Onthecommons.us. The current show is available on both sites but this site (the dot “net” site) contains several years of shows in an easily searchable WordPress Blog format.  Yes you can leave comments on this site.

The other site (the dot “us” or dot “com” site) contains even older On the Commons radio shows; the Law Library; and several articles that were not part of any particular show. Oh yes, it also contains Homeowner Association humor.

You can find recent shows, shows by month and shows through the search box on the left hand side. You can find show categories on the right hand side.  The category part isn’t quite done yet, but we are working on it.

Copyright © 2014 – OTC Multimedia Productions.  No portion of this web site may be copied or rebroadcast without my express. written permission of the owner, Shu Bartholomew.

9 thoughts on “About On the Commons (dot) net”

  1. Hi
    We are taking our association to court. The new president is a control freak who hired an attorney by the name of stuart fullett and a management company by the name of mc property. Our next court case is Thursday we live in downers grove, Il. What a nightmare living in a hoa! I wish there was a radio station in illinois to educate these people to what’s really going on.

    1. Thank you for the information. We have a total of 15 different hoa condo same issues with the same management company and law firm. One step at a time:)

  2. 10/14/2014 – Good news for all Californians! My excellent attorney Sam Walker just won appeal in 4th District against my HOA. Forces HOA collectors to accept payments then than the amount they demand throughout California. Owning a home in an HOA is a nightmare. Its the tail that wags the dog. The management company and their selected attorney run the show, not the ignorant and negligent directors. At least that is how it looks. Visit public site http://www.huntingtoncontinentalvoice.com for more info. This is a great ruling for all Californians. Perhaps you can now sue your association if they refused your payments and your home was foreclosed or you were damaged. I think we have all had enough of this abuse.

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  4. My organization represents the consumer based satellite industry. We advocate on behalf of consumers who wish to install satellite dishes but are being denied by HOA’s and other groups. The FCC regulations are fairly clear on this issue and we aim to educate all parties on the regulations and ensure that consumers are not unfairly denied service. Below is my contact information and a link to the site we have created specifically to assist consumers. Feel free to share this with your audience, if anyone needs assistance we are there to provide it.

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    Steve Hill
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    http://www.strongerwithsatellite.com/pages/Home.cfm

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