Parking rules should define “business” vehicles

Q. The bylaws of our association prohibit the parking of any “business” vehicles in driveways. A plain panel van, with business license plates, has been parked in a driveway for months. When I complained, the board responded by saying it is not a bad looking van. Should the association ask the resident to either remove the van from the driveway or to park it in the garage as permitted by the association bylaws?     Read the Q&A…………..


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