Condo Q & A: Board can’t wink at house cats

Q: Our association has a “no pet” policy going back to the developer’s original bylaws. The board has generally enforced it, but has let a few elderly owners keep indoor cats, since they really do not bother anyone. My neighbor recently purchased a large dog which barks constantly, keeping me awake at night. I filed a complaint with the manager, who took it to the board, who then took it to their attorney. The word that got back to me is that the association’s hands are tied and nothing can be done about it. What do you think?     Read the Q&A…………..


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