You may actually be able to have the members of the board removed - that's why I was asking about your neighbors. If you have their support, or can get it, it's much easier to have members of the board removed. Check the by-laws for the community. They should state under what circumstances board members can be removed. It's sometimes as easy as a majority vote, but sometimes you need a 2/3 vote or something more. It might help to talk to a few people near you to see if they're having similar issues. (There's even an app called Nextdoor if you want to reach out to multiple people in your area at once, although how well it works will depend on how many people use it.)
It's also possible to sue the member of the board for breach of their fiduciary obligation to the community. They have a duty to always act in the best interests of everyone who lives there. That doesn't always mean benefiting just one person, but graffiti drags down everyone's property values, no matter where it is. Not providing the services they're obligated to provide affects everyone. Poor handling of payments to cost homeowners money affects everyone. So it may be possible to bring a lawsuit on behalf of the entire community, to compel the HOA to comply with their obligations under the bylaws. The more neighbors who will join you in a lawsuit, the better, because it helps the judge see how their actions are affecting everyone.
The remaining option is to wait for the next election and encourage your neighbors to vote for other people, run for the board, or even run for a position yourself. All of those things may help if you can get the problem board members off the board.
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