Franklin (TN) HOA settles suit after denying room for disabled kids

A Franklin homeowners association has agreed to pay $156,000 to parents who said they were unfairly barred from building a therapeutic space for their two children with Down syndrome.  The specially designed sun room would have been a place for Charles and Melanie Hollis’ young kids to play and receive physical therapy, but the Chestnut Bend Homeowners Association denied their request to construct it based on concerns about the way the addition would look, a 2012 federal lawsuit alleged.     Read the article………..


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