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Little was spared by fire, water and mold in condos close to M’s Pub (NE)

Although they’ve been allowed into their unit twice since the disaster, it’s expected that it will be at least a year or more before the couple will be able to return home for good.  Read the article…….

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Ask Amy: Homeowners association rules don’t seem to faze these neighbors

Dear Amy: We live in a town-house development. The house adjoining ours is owned by a retired man (who lives nearby) and is occupied by his son and the son’s family. They are not the worst neighbors possible, but they

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Another Shade Of Blue (NE)

It’s not 50 shades of gray – just one shade of blue. Fact Finders’ Mike McKnight first reported a west Omaha homeowner was sued last year after painting his home Ocean Blue. Pacific Meadows II Homeowners Association said he didn’t

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Justices allow lawsuit from man paralyzed at Nebraska lake

A man who became paralyzed after diving into a shallow private lake can move forward with a lawsuit against the community association and the family who invited him, but not the former property owners, the Nebraska Supreme Court ruled Friday.

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Fight over Elkhorn-area (NE) home golf spa ?still running its course

Marsh filed the appeal after Douglas County District Judge Kimberly Pankonin sided with the Fire Ridge Estates Homeowners Association and ordered Marsh to “permanently remove” the fake grass, flag poles and wrought-iron fence in the wonderland Marsh built on his

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Some Country Meadows homeowners don’t want to pay for street repairs (NE)

Streets in the Country Meadows housing subdivision in southeast Lincoln may soon lose their status as among the worst in the city.  But new streets will come with both costs and neighborhood acrimony.   Read more………

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Lawsuit Filed Over House Color (NE)

A west Omaha homeowner is seeing red because he’s being sued for painting his house blue. But a homeowners association near 163rd and West Dodge claims its covenants have been ignored.    Read more………

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Calabria residents, developer, officials walk through area

The developer wants no ditches. Residents want passable roads. The county road superintendent doesn’t want a “half-assed” restoration road project.    Read more…….

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Rivers Of Runoff Frustrate Neighbors

Last night’s downpour caused a mess in a west Omaha neighborhood and frustrated neighbors say it’s not the first time. Fact Finders has video of rushing runoff at the height of the storm. It shows us the problem that floods

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Neighborhood Dispute Over Common Area Cleanup (NE)

Arbor Day is about planting trees. But its trees cut down and left behind that is causing tension in a southwest Omaha neighborhood.    Read more……..

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Cars must go in garage, judge says (NE)

Flowers ruled that Horner and others were barred, by the covenant, from regularly or routinely parking, storing or leaving vehicles in the driveway. But she also prohibited Bishop Square from towing any vehicles parked, stored or left in Horner’s driveway.

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Condo owners sue, alleging shoddy construction (NE)

Condo owners in a Haymarket building are suing the bank that sold them the units. The Option Owners Association Inc. filed the lawsuit last week against Security First Bank, alleging the bank failed to disclose “hidden defects” with the construction

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Eagle Hills (NE) lawsuit to yield $284 payment

The Nebraska Court of Appeals made it clear Tuesday morning that it doesn’t want to visit an internal fight within the Eagle Hills Homeowner Association for a third time.      Read more…….

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Grand jury probe fractures Nebraska lake community

On idyllic Lake Waconda, battle lines have been drawn, sides chosen, people threatened and tires slashed over a grand jury investigation into possible Federal Emergency Management Agency fraud.   Read more…….

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Norfolk (NE) homeowners get funds to buy Eldorado Hills Golf Club

Homeowners living around the Eldorado Hills Golf Club in Norfolk have raised enough money to buy it. “We signed a contract for a purchase agreement that was based on us raising the remaining funds by Dec. 1,” said Kevin Hall,

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