HOAs and Clotheslines

Summertime means the weather warms up and homeowners will put their laundry out on a clothesline to dry. Homeowners living in HOAs, condos or other common interest communities may be violating community rules by hanging their wardrobe up outside.  Nationwide, more than a quarter million homeowner associations govern upwards of 60 million people. Alexander Lee, a champion of the “right-to-dry” movement, estimates that “more than half of them (HOAs) restrict or ban the clothesline.”    Read the article…………..


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