First what is the easement for? If it's only for the HOA to have access across that area, this is likel;y not a violation of it. The easement can only be enforced accordigng to its terms, and anything that does not interefere with what it is for is not prohibited.
If this is violating the terms of the easement, then to enforce it, the easement holder (HOA) must take the offering property owners to court and seek a court order ("injunction") barring them from the offending act(s).
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