Minnesota Woman Fights Back After Being Told She Can’t Fly Her American Flag, but Is She in the Wrong?

Nigel Mendez, an associate with Carlson & Associates, the firm representing the condominium association, told TheBlaze that Hildebrandt knew she was breaking the rules from the very beginning. He said that she initially asked for permission to install the flag, and after her request was denied, she still went ahead and installed the brackets on her porch.     Read the article………..


Related Articles

Country Club Shores residents organize against exceptions to Key height restrictions (FL)

Construction of a home in Country Club Shores has local residents taking action.  The two-story home on Halyard Lane includes

HOA apologizes for asking family to remove wheelchair ramp (TN)

A Brentwood homeowners association that threatened to sue a family over their wheelchair ramp has apologized.  Last summer, Michael Broadnax,

Singapore: Condo’s design may encourage mosquito breeding

More condominiums have unique water features, and some of these are turning into mosquito breeding areas, according to media reports.