Aspen (CO) HOA denies wrongdoing in service-dog flap

An Aspen homeowners’ association is denying that it violated the constitutional rights of a unit owner and a tenant by failing to make accommodations for a service dog.  Two federal lawsuits are pending in the U.S. District Court of Denver against the Aspen View Condominium Association, its board members and its property manager. Association board President Cliff Mohwinkel died Aug. 7.  Read the article……………


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