LOVELAND, Colo. — A dispute involving a home-owner in Loveland and the HOA goes to the acute.
A big signal sitting within the entrance yard of Richard and Colleen Stephens’ residence within the Alford Meadows subdivision doesn’t mix into the panorama.
It reads, “In case you are contemplating buying a house in Alford Meadows, you might need to rethink…You may be the subsequent goal of the HOA.”
He put up the signal after an extended record of disputes with the HOA, together with restrictions on the variety of planters.
The newest battle: A colonial flag on the aspect of the home – the HOA says it is thought-about an indication, and have to be eliminated.
“I felt it was the one recourse I had,” stated Mr. Stephens. “I really like my nation. I served within the army. And it simply expresses… that is the place it began, you realize?”
The household feels this can be a case of selective enforcement.
They advised Denver7 they really feel some members of the board are concentrating on them due to their garden sign up help for President Trump within the election.
“Someone doesn’t like our political affiliation, due to that they began this vendetta,” stated Colleen Stephens.
Stephens has his supporters, however one neighbor informed Denver7 that once you stay in an neighborhood with an HOA, there are guidelines, like them or not.
“Individuals are going to say, there’s a want for some limits,” requested Denver7 reporter Marc Stewart.
“There are, however they… they can not be so unreasonable,” stated Mr. Stephens.
Stephens stated he’s not prepared to maneuver, however is prepared to go to jail.
He simply needs a letter of apology including he’ll take away the huge signal.
A lawyer for the HOA has not responded to Denver7’s name for a response.