Community members wary of gate ordinance despite reassurance (OH)

Homeowners Associations (HOA) representing gated communities in Avon Lake remain uneasy about penalties a new ordinance has laid out for improperly functioning gates.  The penalties associated with the ordinance include 30 days of possible jail time and fines, which city officials have quoted at $150, but can go up to as much as $250.  The problem is, it is unclear to whom jail time or fines would be assigned in the case of noncompliance.    Read the article…………


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