Clothesline Wars in HOAs and Condos

Clotheslines are becoming a big issue in HOAs (this I perceived 3 years ago when I first wrote this blog). Many CC&Rs prohibit any kind of clotheslines in HOAs. Big surprise. Most developers assume that people do not want to look at laundry hanging on the line. Most attorneys assume that people do not want to look at laundry hanging on the line. Many boards assume that owners do not want to look at laundry hanging on the line. Many people assume that if clotheslines are allowed, the next thing will be clothes hanging over balconies, over fences, and everywhere. Laundry, laundry … everywhere. …    Read the article……….


Related Articles

6 Elements of a Successful Monthly Meeting

We’ve cut our meetings down to an average length of approximately 75 minutes and completed numerous small projects, and we are planning better for the larger, longer term needs

How a Reserve Plan Helps an HOA Board Protect Current Homeowners

Planning for future repairs and maintenance costs of common areas in the homeowner’s association is one of the most important jobs of an HOA board

Hoarders IN HOAs. Where Do You Start?

This case now stands for the proposition that there is a difference between extremely poor housekeeping (which is not legally actionable) and an outright safety issue.