FLORIDA – HOA fines homeowner 5K for planting trees that are currently too small

consumerist.com:  HOA fines homeowner 5K for planting trees that are currently too small
November 13, 2013
By Mary Beth Quirk

The thing about trees is, they grow. But not fast enough for one Homeowner’s Association, which has been fining a man $10 a day until the amount reached $5,000 because he planted trees that are too small.

The magnolias are just like all the other ones in the neighborhood except for the glaring height difference — the HOA requires that all trees must be above six feet tall in order to maintain an even, matching appearance in the subdivision, reports WESH.com (link has a video that autoplays).  Read more:

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