Nampa homeowners share their story after ugly HOA fight (ID)

It has been the center of attention in a Nampa neighborhood for over a year, but the days of a black wrought-iron fence will soon be coming to an end.  “The lawsuit has been settled, we are selling our home, and moving to a new subdivision, the fence is coming down,” said Nampa homeowner Bekah Graves.  Bekah and her husband, Eric, have spent hundreds of hours and thousands of dollars battling the Shalimar Terrace homeowners association for the right to keep their powder-coated black ornamental steel fence around their property.    Read the article………………


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