This pretty much sums up how I feel.
I know howuch pets become part of your family, so I don't think I'm being insensitive, but I don't think a condo complex full of families and small children with no private yard for dogs to run is the best situation for a large aggressive dog. Its not fair to compromise the rest of the residents.
I did document that information. The property manager got back to me and said bc they weren't breaking any regulations (which pretty much cover leashing) he cant act yet. Which I anticipated. But he said he would forward the information to the condo association for them to keep on file.
Which is okay. At least its a start. I just hope she is able to control him at all times. As I've said, I don't believe a person can always control a dog if they go into attack mode. There are also several 'walkers' who are not the owners who walk him in the neighborhood and I am even less confident about them.