Logic goes out window when association trashes flowers (FL)

Steve Glaser HAD the nicest yard in his neighborhood.  His Realtor even said so.  “You had the nicest landscaped property in Bradford Place with amazing curb appeal,” Jill Arsenault wrote Glaser. “How did you go from the nicest home in the community to what it is today? We certainly need to lower your asking price.”  What happened had nothing to do with excessive summer rain, fire or armadillos. Landscapers hired by Glaser’s homeowners association yanked out marigolds, impatiens, begonias and more — including staghorn ferns, gifts from his father. Glaser said he got wind of the destruction only after he heard his dogs barking at the crowd outside.   Read the article……………


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