Which rules apply to parking trailers and boats at condominium?

Q: I live in a condominium on Hutchinson Island in St. Lucie County. When we purchased our condominium, we got a trailer space. There are three (3) boards. Recently, one of the boards decided no more trailers, but boats can stay— which take up two parking spaces instead of one like the trailers do. A meeting was held and the other two (2) boards concurred. There is a large grass area that could be used for parking trailers but we were told that it is for a leeching field. The County informed us it has not been used since 1993 for that purpose and it could be graveled without the need of a permit and be used for trailer parking. I would appreciate any advice or information you can find out for us.    Read the Q&A……………

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