What would you guys do in this situation: There's this tenant, who used to work for the property manager who I have the contract with, that won't leave the irrigation controllers alone. Any time we get the slightest amount of rain she will turn off the controller that I can't lock. I've bit my tongue up until the other day. We had two days of light drizzle (1/4-1/2" maybe). I go over to the property to turn off the controllers so the place will dry out so I can mow later in the week. I find one controller already off(the one I can't lock) and another controller unplugged from the electrical outlet, which erased the programs that I put in. I'm guessing she didn't unplug the other controllers only because she couldn't. This really pissed me off, but I didn't say anything. So, I'm there mowing and I look up and the sprinklers are on right where I was going to mow. Now, I have leaves three inches deep that are soaking wet to deal with. BTW, I have zones programmed to come on during the day because I overseeded some weak spots. Well anyway, I blow my stack. I knock on the tenants door and as politely as I could, I asked her if she's been messing with the controllers. She denied it even though she's admitted doing so in the past. I forgot to mention that I recently discovered the start time that I programmed into the clock that won't lock had been changed. This caused an overlapping problem and coverage issues. This explains some of the weak areas in the grass. There's no telling how long this had been going on. I mentioned this to her and she said that another tenant didn't like the sprinklers coming on so early in the morning, but she wasn't the one who changed it. BS! I told her I didn't want anyone messing with the controllers and walked off because I was sick of hearing her lying to me. Here's my question: should I mention this to the property manager and/or HOA board and should I bill them to reprogram the one controller? Didn't mean to write a novel I just had to explain the situation and maybe vent a little too.