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Fair Housing victory: Kuhn v. McNary Estates HOA

Posted By Deborah Goonan, Independent American Communities

Good news on this lovely Sunday!

Gary and Renee Kuhn, parents of Khrizma Kuhn, Woodburn, Oregon, recently contacted me to let me know that a federal Judge has ruled that McNary Estates Homeowners Association violated Fair Housing laws by denying the family a reasonable accommodation for their adult daughter, with multiple disabilities. 1,836 more words

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Ahwatukee homeowners not buying into the concept of community farm

By Deborah Goonan, Independent American Communities

I cannot say I am surprised by the following report. Opposition is mounting for a proposal to transform one of Arizona’s massive planned golf communities, Ahwatukee, to a community based farm. 262 more words

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Winter hazards for condo life

By Deborah Goonan, Independent American Communities

I hear from dozens of homeowners daily. So many of them have told me that they purchased their condo, townhouse, or senior living home because they thought it would relieve them of certain homeowner chores and maintenance. 733 more words

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Private property rights practically nonexistent in this AZ HOA

By Deborah Goonan, Independent American Communities

Here at IAC, I strive to get behind the brief news clips you see on TV or the internet. 853 more words

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Group of Iowa citizens working on HOA legislation for 2017

By Deborah Goonan, Independent American Communities

Iowa homeowner Judy Shepard has been meeting monthly with a group of concerned citizens to work on homeowners association (HOA) legislation. 200 more words

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SECOND DISTRICT COURT OF APPEALS RULES ON HOA ISSUE

By Jennifer Lima-Smith, Esquire

Partner, Gilbert Garcia Group, P.A.

The Second District Court of Appeals issued a decision on September 2, 2016 in the case of Ballantrae Homeowners Association v. 498 more words

Millennium Tower Lawsuit alleges collusion among Developers, transit authority, and building inspectors

By Deborah Goonan, Independent American Communities

Gerald Dodson, a retired litigator and owner of San Francisco’s now infamous Millennium Tower condominium, filed a lawsuit this month against the Tower’s developers, Transbay Joint Powers Authority (TJPA),San Francisco’s Department of Building Inspection (DBI), and the City Attorney’s Office. 840 more words

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