The bank accounts of the Riley Park Hillcrest Community Association have been frozen.
This as legal wrangling continues after members voted last month to oust its entire board of directors.
In a petition filed in BC Supreme Court, former president Jesse Johl and others claim they were wrongfully removed from the board, which operates the Hillcrest Community Centre.
Member Ken Charko says the society’s accounts are frozen.
“Right now the banks are on hold. They are taking a look at the information we’ve supplied, Jesse and their group of directors have disputed what we’ve done.”
Hillcrest is one of six community associations in a legal battle with the park board over membership rules.
Johl has also been accused of misusing funds.