Architectural Control Committees are Needed

Question: I live in a new town house development and am on the architectural control committee. Some of the homeowners do not feel the need to go through our committee for approval before they make any exterior changes. Our declaration of covenants specifies that approval is required before any such changes can be made. . Many people do not understand the meaning of belonging to an association and when we try to explain, they become hostile.  Can you address this issue so homeowners can understand this is not peculiar to our development but to associations in general?    Read the Q&A…………..


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