Virginia Beach residents say they were called ‘decrepit’ after asking condo to clear sand dune. Now they’re suing. (VA)

After three years of fighting in and out of court over a sand dune that allegedly prohibits disabled homeowners in a Lynnhaven Shores neighborhood from accessing the beach, four people are suing a Virginia Beach condominium association and its property manager in federal court on the basis of discrimination.  The involved homeowners — 91-year-old Harry Seipel and his wife Andrea Boyce, 63-year-old Randolyn Halterman and 83-year-old Betty J. Carder — say that a sand dune that formed over a private path meant for Bays Edge Condominium residents has impeded their access to the Chesapeake Bay, according to a complaint filed in the U.S. District Court of the Eastern District of Virginia in Norfolk.    Read the article……………..


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