I live in an 8 unit condo building, each one owned by individual owners. I'm also the president of the HOA. In past HOA meetings I have brought up the fact that I'm planning on installing a Tesla charger in my dedicated parking spot in our condo garage. Nobody objected to it when I brought it up in the past. Fast forward to taking delivery of my Model 3, I wanted to make sure that I had a charger installed in time for the car to arrive, so about a month ago I fast tracked an install and had an electrician come out and run the wiring from the panels on the outside of the building up to my parking spot about 100' away at the front of the garage. They ran the wiring on the outside of the building and then drilled a small hole through the concrete to reach my parking spot inside. Other owners in the building are claiming that I abused my power as the president of the HOA by not getting approval to install the charger, and saying that I've caused damage to the building (one little hole in the concrete). The tenants called an emergency meeting tonight to oust me as the president, force me to remove the charger, and repair the building. It cost me $1,800 to install the charger, who knows how much more it would cost to remove it - not to mention the inconvenience of not being able to charge at home. I realize I was in the wrong for proceeding with an install/modification to the building without full approval, but understand that there are some laws in place to protect people who want to install an EV charger despite whatever bylaws exist for the HOA/condo association. Anyone with experience in this arena willing to chime in on what the best way for me to proceed would be?