HOA takes away basketball hoop approval three years later, Peoria family says (AZ)

A driveway basketball hoop is like a right of passage for a lot of kids, but for Kiven Head’s daughter, it’s a necessity.  “We wanted to have something that she could practice on on a daily basis,” he says.  For the past three years, daughter Alissa has been working to make her high school basketball team.  With no hoops in their northwest Peoria community, and the nearest park miles away, Head asked his Homeowner’s Association for approval to install his own.  He says they submitted diagrams and pictures, “so there was no misinterpretation of what kind of hoop it was.”  In February of 2013 it was approved.    Read the article………….


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