Stars and gripes flying in this neighborhood flag dispute (FL)

In his mind, Warren Erickson saw his collection of flags as an invitation to conversation and goodwill. Instead, a handful of neighbors are angry, his homeowner’s association is firing off new edicts and most of his flags have been permanently retired to a corner in his garage.  “There’s some friction around here, and I’m not sure why,” Erickson said. “It’s not like I’m flying the flag that ISIS flies.”  For the record, Erickson has an eclectic and personally meaningful rotation of flags that are displayed one day at a time outside his home in a tiny, gated community in Palm Harbor.     Read the article………….


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