Can an HOA require you to keep your grass green? (FL)

Here in Jacksonville, we have a lot of subdivisions. Most of those have a Homeowner’s Association that makes rules to help keep home values intact. Those rules can range from making sure your trash cans aren’t left on the street for a week to not allowing palm trees to be planted in the front yard. So can an HOA make you keep your grass green and watered?   Read the article…………….


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