Any homeowner associations that try to enforce rules requiring green lawns despite the drought could be fined under regulations approved this week by the state water board. The latest drought regulations adopted by the State Water Resources Control Board enable local water districts to fine associations that seek to prevent homeowners from reducing outdoor watering or letting their grass go brown in response to the drought.
3-Feb-16 – In a disaster, it is often the only dependable means of two-way communication, but an organization that supports homeowner associations across the United States is opposing a bill that would prevent HOAs from banning amateur radio operation.
TALLAHASSEE, Fla., Jan. 13, 2016 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Associa, the industry’s leading community management company, testified today in opposition to Florida Senate Bill (SB) 722 in a hearing of the Senate Regulated Industries Committee in Tallahassee.
Movants-appellants Ali Fadavi, Shadi Ghazi, Pamela Bacha, Mary Roll, Jenna Pearce, Joe Pearce, Michael Ehsani, Robert Glass, and Rocheda Reid appealed an order denying their motion to intervene in the underlying lawsuit on the grounds it was not timely. Brookfield Ziani LLC (Brookfield) constructed a condominium development in Newport Coast.
For the past 13 years, Rev. Heather Kirk-Davidoff and members of the Kittamaqundi Community Church have participated in Grassroots’ Cold Weather Shelter program, along with other Howard County congregations, to provide the homeless with warm beds, transportation, meals and laundry on a weekly basis from November through March.
The Newport Golf Course and event center in Crosby will have a new owner, new management and a new name at the start of the new year. The Newport Property Owners Association awaits closing to purchase Newport Golf Course and event center that will soon be known as Stonebridge at Newport.
About two years after it was filed, DuPage County Circuit Judge Terence M. Sheen ruled in favor of the Village of Clarendon Hills Mondayin a lawsuit aimed at stopping development of a three-story, eight-unit condominium building at the southeast corner of Prospect and Park avenues.
“Why don’t you show up to the meetings with all the people? We’re trying to vote you off,” yelled a homeowner to the HOA president. And that right there sums up the friction between the Cobblestone Community’s homeowners and their association president Blake Kenya.