Finding the good in home owner associations

Just when my wife was in desperate need of a hospital emergency room, a huge red oak fell and blocked our driveway. Less than 30 minutes later, three neighbors showed up with two chain saws. In 15 minutes they cleared the blockage. I took my wife to the hospital.  Our home association didn’t send those rescuers. But because of that association, the members had many times before worked together. They knew each other, and they knew us. I realize there are Home Owner Associations from Hell, as proved in a recent Kansas City Star series. Ours is not an HOA from hell.    Read the article…………….

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