HOA threatens to take World War II veteran’s home over parked truck

Charles Pirtle has lived in a lot of places, but Sumner County, Tennessee has always been home. It’s why the World War II veteran and his wife of more than 60 years decided to buy a home in a 55 and up community more than a decade ago.  “Figuring to make this our last home,” Charles said.  After his wife passed in 2013, Charles’ son Ralph and daughter-in-law moved in to help out around the house. It was a perfect living arrangement, but a little more than a year ago trouble began to brew. It all surrounded Ralph’s pickup truck or rather, where it’s parked.    Read the article……………

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