Good news: HOA, local contractors, repair mold-infested condo for FL woman

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By Deborah Goonan, Independent American Communities Happy endings to condo HOA horror stories are rare. It’s refreshing to see good news, for a change. Investigative reporter Karla Ray, WFTV, happily reports that One Thousand Oaks condo association is working with several local contractors to repair Judy Young’s condo, at no cost to her. You might recall two previous IAC posts about Young’s black mold-infested condo. The 72-year-old woman is a survivor of brain surgery. Because Continue ReadingGood news: HOA, local contractors, repair mold-infested condo for FL woman

Homeowner stages HOA protest, wants authentic community

Shared by Deborah Goonan This is an update on the story of homeowner Nancy Hentschel, who resides in New Territory HOA in Texas. According to the report, the dinosaur sculptures are now migrating from house to house, and it’s all for a good cause!  HOA, homeowner at odds over dinosaur display By S. Barot For The Star Taking a walk in New Territory is like being in Jurassic Park these days – there’s a hunt Continue ReadingHomeowner stages HOA protest, wants authentic community

On the Commons with Shu and Nancy Hentschel

Shared by Deborah Goonan Radio podcast will be available at onthecommons.net (Available as of 2 PM (Eastern Time) Saturday Sept 12, 2015) OTC with Shu and Nancy Hentschel Hosted and produced by Shu Bartholomew, On The Commons is a weekly radio show dedicated to discussing the many issues surrounding mandatory homeowner associations, the fastest growing form of residential housing in the nation. This Week’s Show The peeps are rebelling! Finally! No longer do homeowners believe Continue ReadingOn the Commons with Shu and Nancy Hentschel

Celebrate childhood, good neighbors, and Purple!

Shared by Deborah Goonan Family who owns controversial purple playground celebrates big win against HOA POSTED 10:33 PM, AUGUST 30, 2015, BY MOLLY BALKENBUSH Fox4kc VIDEO: Family who owns controversial purple playground celebrates big win against HOA LEE’S SUMMIT, Mo. — A neighborhood celebrates a big win, and a happy ending for one family. A judge ruled Friday that a controversial purple playset can stay. The Raintree Subdivision’s Home Owners Association said the family put the Continue ReadingCelebrate childhood, good neighbors, and Purple!