FLORIDA – Condo resident being threatened with lawsuit for hanging American flag

CCFJ.NET:  Condo resident being threatened with lawsuit for hanging American flag

 

Article and Video Courtesy of Count-On-2-News-First

By Delia D’Ambra

Published October 17, 2017

 

The American flag has sparked a nasty war of words at a condo complex in Southwest Florida.

A man living where Hurricane Irma first made landfall put the flag out to support first responders. Now, his condo association is threatening him with a lawsuit.

Frank Apuzzo received a letter from the La Peninsula Condo Association just days after Hurricane Irma ripped through the community on the Isles of Capri.

The board demanded Apuzzo take the flag down. “You can’t modify your unit without approval. You need to remove it immediately, or we’re going to take you to arbitration, and we’re going to do this legal stuff and sue you,” Apuzzo said.

He says the flag was a sign of hope to him and his neighbors trying to rebuild after the storm.

“I just took solace in it to be able to sit here at the end of the day, all beat up, no air conditioning, no power, nothing. Little bit of a breeze and the flag blowing gently in the background, it was nice, I loved it,” Apuzzo said.

Federal law actually protects Apuzzo’s actions.

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