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HOA, Condo, Co-op Legislation updates (May 2017 - CA, MD, MO, NM)

By Deborah Goonan, Independent American Communities

California

In an effort to clearly define First Amendment rights in association-governed communities, SB 407 is making its way through Senate Committees. 751 more words

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HOA, Condo, Co-op Legislation updates (May 2017 - AZ, CO, FL, HI)

By Deborah Goonan, Independent American Communities

Arizona

Governor Doug Ducey has signed HB2411. The bill amends current Statute with regard to open meetings, recording of meetings by members of the association, and secret ballot requirements. 961 more words

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Kansas City homeowners rebel against developer controlled HOA

Homeowners fed up with what they say is bully behavior

By Deborah Goonan, Independent American Communities

Today’s report from KSHB in Kansas City, Missouri, highlights a big problem for many association-governed planned communities: developers that control their new home neighborhoods with an iron fist. 632 more words

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HOA wins $13.5M in arbitration against DR Horton (CO)

By Deborah Goonan, Independent American Communities

Updated May 15, 2017 5:33 PM EDT

This is a construction and design defect case that boggles the mind. 561 more words

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Oregon HOA settles fair housing dispute over RV for $300,000

Attorney says case will help many others fighting for disability, civil rights in HOAs

By Deborah Goonan, Independent American Communities

On Mother’s Day, today’s blog pays tribute to Renee Kuhn, a mother who, with support from her husband, Gary, is a fierce advocate for her daughter, Khrizma, and countless other people with disabilities who choose to live in Association-Governed Housing. 1,691 more words

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Is AL homeowner stuck with $60K storm sewer repair?

Developer is long gone, County says it is a private drain, and HOA blames tree roots – says it is not their  problem to fix… 1,313 more words
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Florida HOA battle lines drawn over drought ravaged lawns

By Deborah Goonan, Independent American Communities

Central Florida is in the midst of a historic drought, as reported in the Orlando Sentinel. Conditions are so dry that portions of the St. 773 more words

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