MISSOURI – ‘It’s my world’: HOA says sick little girl’s playhouse violates a ‘no shed’ policy

Miami Herald:   ‘It’s my world’: HOA says sick little girl’s playhouse violates a ‘no shed’ policy
By Donovan Harrell
September 17, 2017

The Rock Hill Home Owners Association has its sights set on a tiny pink playhouse in a Blue Springs, Missouri neighborhood.

Bobbie Goolsby bought the playhouse for her six-year-old granddaughter, Emma, who nearly died from an autoimmune disorder, according to the KSHB.

Emma told the TV station the playhouse was her “safe space” where she goes to play everyday and take her breathing treatments. “It’s my world,” Emma said.

Goolsby tried to find a loophole in HOA bylaws that prohibit sheds, but HOA President Dee Ann Myers told KSHB that the playhouse still violates its policy.

 “We have kindly requested them to remove this unapproved structure numerous times to no avail,” Myers wrote in an email. “We know both the Goolsby’s and their Real Estate Agent had copies of these rules prior to purchasing this home and have simply ignored them. At a recent HOA annual meeting the Board opened the floor to the Goolsby’s to appeal their case and the HOA decided to hold firm in its original decision.”  Read more:

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