The President has invaded your privacy. That is a state law claim and has a state law statute of limitations of one year.
The President has either personally hacked into your email, or has received your email from someone who did (either at his request and direction, or (as you assert) from your ex-friend who apparently has a vendetta for you). This is not "wire tapping". It is computer fraud, and it is actionable under the federal Computer Fraud Abuse Act. This has a two year statute of limitations.
When talking about cyber crimes, you have to remember that a crime is only punishable by the government. Just because something is a crime does not mean you can privately sue under the statute. The only time you can sue under a statute is when the statute provides a "private cause of action." Most criminal statutes do not. The statute of limitations to which you are referring are for the criminal prosecution and do not apply to the private claims you have.
It is a shame that there is not an exception to the statute of limitations for situations like this (where a person has tried to get government action and is forced to take civil action
as a result). Unfortunately, the statute of limitations is harsh.
You might also be able to bring a straight fraud claim against the HOA President. You said he lives out of state...what state?
When you respond back I'll talk about what kind of attorney you should look for.