TEXAS – HOA, Celina homeowner battle over fines for roof color

KHOU.com: HOA, Celina homeowner battle over fines for roof color
By Byron Harris
September 13, 2013
CELINA — Most homeowners don’t replace their roofs more than once in their lifetimes. They’ve got one shot to get it right. David and Melinda Hawkes of Carter Ranch in Celina didn’t get it right after their roof was destroyed by hail last year, according to their homeowners’ association. And for a year, they’ve been fighting the HOA over how much of a fine they should pay. It didn’t seem that complicated. The shingles had to be a color called “weathered wood,” and had to be approved by the HOA architectural committee. The Hawkes thought they’d jumped through those hoops, hired a contractor, and work began.
Then, there was a knock on the door. It was the roof police.  Read more

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