TEXAS – Spring man says neighborhood civic association is discriminating against him

click2houston.com: Spring man says neighborhood civic association is discriminating against him
By Samantha Ptashkin
February 5, 2015
SPRING, Texas – The Texas Workforce Commission has issued a charge of discrimination against a Spring civic association on behalf of one of its residents, who says the association is discriminating against him because he is African-American.

James Mosbey bought a home in the Northwood Park subdivision in 2003.  For several years, he has been operating a car detail business from his detached garage, as well as a personal training business inside his home.  He has a couple of signs outside the home advertising both businesses.

Mosbey says up until about two years ago, he had never had any issues.   But on Aug. 15, 2003, court documents show the county filed a lawsuit seeking an injunction to prevent Mosbey from operating his businesses and forcing him to remove the signs outside his property.

According to the documents from a lawsuit, on Jan. 25, 2013, Mosbey received a notice from Harris County “indicating for the first time that his use of the property and the signs advertising that use was a violation of the deed restrictions in effect for the property”.  Read more:

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