HOA asks military-decorated SUV to be removed from neighborhood (FL)

Controversy has erupted in a Middleburg neighborhood over an SUV decorated with military decorations.  “We feel that a vehicle designed to create awareness for support for our troops could never be deemed a nuisance,” SUV owner Kathy Signorile said.  Signorile said she doesn’t understand why she got a letter in which the HOA requests her to remove the vehicle from the neighborhood or put it in the garage, implying that it’s “too large” or a “nuisance.”    Read the article………….


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