One View: In defense of HOA rules

On Feb. 14, the Reno Gazette-Journal published a column by Katie Coombs entitled “HOAs vs. ‘kid noise.’” On the surface, it provided a heartfelt rationale why the author felt that homeowners association rules were hindering kids from being outside in the neighborhoods. The explicit example was the HOA rule restricting basketball hoops.   Read the article………….


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