Q&A: Comfort chickens, holiday lights and other conflicts that bedevil homeowner groups

Houston has no zoning laws, and homeowner associations have stepped up as powerful enforcers to keep things looking good in many neighborhoods. The powerful associations impose a wide range of rules from prohibiting RVs in driveways to maintaining quiet hours. They also charge assessments to cover amenities like tennis courts, maintain landscaping and provide security services.    Read the Q&A……………


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