Wounded warrior battling Jacksonville (NC) HOA over government house buyback program

A wounded warrior says he is fighting his Jacksonville neighborhood after it refused him to participate in a government-sponsored house buyback program.  Sgt. Keith McEwen and his family live in the Carolina Forest subdivision. He was wounded in Afghanistan and medically retired from the Marine Corps.  The family wants to move back to their home in Michigan so they can be closer to family support, but it seems the Carolina Forest Homeowners Association is blocking that.   Read the article………..


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