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This Day in Virginia Condo Law: Kuehn v. Carlyle Towers Condominium Unit Owners Association (Alexandria Cir. Ct. 2011)

Kuehn v. Carlyle Towers Condominium Unit Owners Ass’n

On April 8,  2011, Judge Swersky sitting on the Alexandria Circuit Court, ruled in favor of Carlyle Towers Condominium Unit Owners Association in a claim related to water damage.

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California – HOAs could face fines under California drought rules

HOAs could face fines under California drought rules

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.

 

Florida – Holding water companies accountable sounds good to this HOA

Holding water companies accountable sounds good to this HOAA new senate bill aimed at private water companies across the state has dozens of neighborhoods supporting the new legislative effort. State Sen. Wilton Simpson (R) Trilby is sponsoring Senate Bill 272. It would tighten regulation of private water companies, allowing Florida’s Public Service Commission to freeze rate hikes and levy fines.

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Illinois – Water issues force multiple shutdowns, boil order at Willow Lake Estates in Elgin

Water issues force multiple shutdowns, boil order at Willow Lake Estates in ElginBy Mike Danahey mdanahey@stmedianetwork.com @DanaheyECN The entry to Willow Lake Estates where residents have seen their share of water shut-offs and boil orders in recent weeks. | Mike Danahey/Sun-Times Media Updated: ELGIN – The mostly elderly residents of the Willow Lake Estates subdivision – which maintains its own water system – have been dealing with sporadic water shutdowns and boil orders since Nov.

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Iowa – Water, water everywhere

Water, water everywhereWEST LIBERTY, Iowa – Water issues took up the bulk of Tuesday night’s meeting of the West Liberty City Council. The council approved a settlement offer to the Country Heights Homeowners Association regarding disputed water usage following a spirited discussion with Steve Alpen, one of the about three dozen residents of the rural subdivision.

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Tennessee – Laurel Hills POA action questioned by State Attorney General

Laurel Hills POA action questioned by State Attorney General " Area News " Crossville Chronicle, Crossville, TNTRA hearing scheduled May 21 CROSSVILLE – The Laurel Hills Property Owners Association on Renegade Mountain recently notified Renegade Mountain residents and the Tennessee Department of Environment and Conservation that, effective July 9, 2012, it would no longer provide water service to any party other than itself with its water system.

Tennessee – Water off at Renegade in spite of court order

Water off at Renegade in spite of court order » Area News » Crossville Chronicle, Crossville, TNIn spite of a Chancery Court order, at least 84 condominium units and two homes on Renegade Mountain remained without water Monday after the water supply was turned off last Wednesday night. “This is a disgusting situation and the state has done nothing to help us whatsoever,” said Renegade Mountain Community Club President John Moore.