Their report will be reviewed by the board, and submitted to Tarion.
Regarding Tarion: the letter accompanying the survey said that the end client was Tarion. Perhaps it is clear to you that Tarion would not receive our surveys directly, but it certainly was not clear to all of us. I do note your statement "report will be reviewed by the board, and submitted to Tarion." Again, what guarantee do we have that Tarion will receive the full report and documents? The builder and the property manager are not to be trusted, as evidenced by their previous and current inappropriate and unethical behaviour.
I realize that several people feel that the property manager is simply a mole for the builder, but keep in mind that the board is very weary of this, and parties will be held accountable if any evidence of an inappropriate action was to present itself. No property manager is going to keep everyone happy.
Yes, it seems like the vast majority of people posting on this forum have an issue with the property manager, and the builders as well. And it is my sincere opinion that these opinions are justified.
Do we need to bring up the whole blinds issue again? Remember how Times Group tried to bully us into paying for blinds that they installed without our consent? And let's not forget that the price they attempted to charge was ridiculous and overinflated for the quality of the blinds.
Are you saying the board is "getting weary" of owners voicing their concerns? If so, I say "too bad", we have a right to complain when we receive poor service or attempts are made to ignore the Agreement of Purchase and Sale, or we are otherwise misled or lied to. I will continue to voice my concerns and complaints when justified, and I hope that every other owner will do the same.
What do you mean by "parties will be held accountable if any evidence of an inappropriate action was to present itself" It sounds like you basically telling owners to take no action regarding their complaints and concerns. Or am I misinterpreting what you are getting at here?