Homeowners association settles lawsuit against Loveland couple that built critical sign in front yard (CO)

A Loveland man removed a controversial sign from his front yard Thursday more than a month after he constructed the billboard to criticize his neighborhood’s homeowners association.  But Rich Stephens, the resident, did so with a promise from the Alford Meadows Community Association that it would never again harass him over a wooden pallet painted to resemble a colonial American flag hanging from the side of his house on the corner of West 50th Street and Crabapple Drive.  The association’s original complaint was about that very yard decoration.     Read the article………….


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