Home > South Dakota Condo & HOA News Archive
0 views 5 sec 0 Comment

South Dakota Condo & HOA News Archive

/ Owner - July 2, 2012
  • South Dakota: Protection from HOAs Signed into Law February 6, 2024
    Today, February 5, Governor Kristi Noem signed Senate Bill 39 into law. SB 39 prohibits a homeowners’ association (HOA) from placing restrictions on firearms or firearm ammunition. This important legislation further strengthens firearm preemption in the Mount Rushmore State by protecting sportsmen from HOA regulations. Read the article…………………………….
  • Zimmermann Drive: Homeowners maintain but do not own September 16, 2022
    Members of both the Zimmermann Drive Homeowners Association and Van Buskirk Companies, which is developing the Zimmermann Landing gated community, have experienced that kind of frustration this summer. Much of the frustration focuses on Zimmermann Drive, a road skirting a portion of Lake Madison long maintained by area homeowners.   Read the article………………………..
  • Meadow Crest Homeowners Association honored by DANR (SD) August 6, 2022
    The South Dakota Department of Agriculture and Natural Resources (DANR) announced that the Meadow Crest Homeowners Association public water system and the system’s operation specialists have been awarded a Drinking Water Certificate of Achievement Award.  Read the article………………………..
  • Law firm representing Hideaway Hills residents files appeal (SD) March 5, 2022
    Court appeals continue in the original lawsuit against the state on behalf of residents in the neighborhood where a sinkhole opened in April 2020, while a new case has been filed against the state.    Read the entire article……………………………….
  • Harbor HOA seeks to have road paved (SD) March 3, 2022
    Because funding the project is an issue, several proposals were offered. Former township supervisor Larry Kotten proposed doing an opt-out to cover the costs.  Kontz offered a financial contribution from members of The Harbor Homeowners Association.  “Some of us homeowners are willing to step up to the plate. We want it done that badly,” she said.    Read the entire article……………………………….
  • Law firm says it’s close to seeking class-action status for Hideaway Hills homeowners (SD) September 1, 2021
    A law firm said Wednesday it is one step closer in its bid to be certified to file a class-action lawsuit to represent Hideaway Hills residents  An attorney for Fox Rothschild said Wednesday that the national firm has hired two companies to begin drilling in the subdivision as part of that process.    Read the entire article……………………………….
  • Dakota Dunes woman changes South Dakota law for flying military flags with U.S. flags (SD) March 9, 2021
    In September of 2020, Siouxland News first brought you the story of a woman who was battling the Dakota Dunes homeowners association to fly the United States Airforce Flag below the United States flag outside her home. Now her battle has led to a new law that impacts all South Dakotans.   Read the article…………………………………
  • SD House: 40 years for real estate covenants February 4, 2021
    Restrictive covenants on real estate in South Dakota should last longer but shouldn’t be forever, the state House of Representatives said Thursday.  House members voted 55-14 to extend them to 40 years. They’ve been set at 25 years since 1925. HB 1084 now goes to the Senate for a second hearing.    Read the article……………………………….
  • Dakota Dunes resident wins dispute over flag display (SD) October 15, 2020
    A Dakota Dunes resident has won a dispute with that community’s homeowner’s association over the flags displayed in her front yard.  We brought you Twyla Rosenbaum’s story on September 24th, as she was fighting the HOA to continue flying an Air Force flag along with an American flag from a pole in her front yard.   Read the article…………………………………
  • Dakota Dunes woman fighting Homeowner’s Association flag rules (SD) September 25, 2020
    A Dakota Dunes resident is speaking up about a dispute she has with that community’s homeowner’s association, over her flying of a flag supporting the military.  The resident said she was told she cannot fly the American Flag and military flag on the same pole.   Read the article………………………..
  • Chapel Lane Homeowners Association plants fire resistant vegetation in their area (SD) June 1, 2018
    Wildfires are a concern in the Black Hills virtually year round now but there are ways to mitigate the dangers on your property and Friday the Chapel Lane Homeowners Association began planting fire resistant shrubs and trees.  Planting started with juneberry, dogwood and hackberry trees. There are 20 acres across Chapel Lane getting an influx of new vegetation. Phase one of this process started by cutting down many timber stand trees, which can overrun the forest and kill other plants. ...
  • Rapid City (SD) annexes Countryside Subdivision properties November 6, 2014
    Rapid City this week completed the annexation of 238 residential properties in the Countryside Subdivision, according to a press release from the city.   Read more……..
Comments are closed.