LOUISIANA – HOA tells family to remove sailor’s ‘Welcome Home’ banner

ODD NEWS:  HOA tells family to remove sailor’s ‘Welcome Home’ banner
February 20, 2014
By Charlene Sakoda
A family in Lafayette, Louisiana was excited to welcome their family member home from Navy deployment so they decided to put up a banner in the sailor’s honor. As reported by KATC TV 3, their excitement was not well received by their homeowners association, who had a lawyer tell the family to remove the sign within 30 days.

In a few weeks Petty Officer Third Class, Anthony Marsiglia, will be returning home after four years away. Marsiglia’s mother, Judi Pellegran, told the station, “He’s out there and he’s left his daughter, that’s hard already for him. So this is how she keeps him in her heart everyday and clearly, if you see the house, it’s pretty much a homage to her daddy.” Alex, Marsiglia’s 8-year-old daughter, said, “I missed him and I’m proud of him. I wish he wasn’t in the Navy.” Read more:

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