Resident constructs large sign in front yard to spite homeowner’s association (CO)

Disputes between a resident of northwest Loveland and his neighborhood’s homeowner’s association drove the property owner to erect a large sign in his front yard Tuesday warning potential home buyers of difficulties he has faced with the homeowner’s association.  Rich Stephens, a resident at 1110 Crabapple Drive in the Alford Meadows neighborhood near the intersection of 50th Street and North Taft Avenue, built a 4-foot by 8-foot sign this week that paints the Alford Meadows Community Association in a negative light.    Read the article……………


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