Condo rules bar flagpole from common area (VA)

Nancy Moore last September installed an 18-foot tall, white pole with the American flag in the common area adjacent to her home in the Villas at The Ridges. The 119-unit condominium community stands along Warrenton’s Walker Drive and Academy Hill Road.  “Everyone liked it,” said Mrs. Moore, who moved to 256 Onyx Way five years ago.  Perhaps so.   But, Mrs. Moore in March received a “Notice of Violation” from Austin Realty Management & Investments, which represents the condominium owners’ association. Placing the flagpole in a common area violates the community’s bylaws.    Read the article………….


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