Tension increases in HOA dispute as critical sign remains in residents’ yard (CO)

Disagreements between a Loveland couple and their neighborhood homeowners association have escalated while a sign attacking the association remains displayed in the couple’s yard.  Earlier this month, Rich and Colleen Stephens erected a large sign in the front yard of their home at 1110 Crabapple Drive in the Alford Meadows neighborhood in northwest Loveland that claims they have been unfairly targeted by the Alford Meadows Community Association.  The 4-foot by 8-foot sign reads, “If you are considering purchasing a home in Alford Meadows, you may want to reconsider. You may be the next target of the HOA!”    Read the article……………

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