FOX 4: Man says homeowner’s association is giving traffic citations
4 In Your Corner
February 12, 2018
ESTERO, Fla. — A man is questioning the legality of his homeowner’s association citing him for an alleged traffic violation.
This happened at the Timberwalk community off Three Oaks Parkway. Michael Krill told 4 In Your Corner he received a letter from his home owner’s association, fining him $100.00 for rolling through a stop sign in the community.
The letter had no picture or video evidence, only a photo of Krill’s garage, which is a few feet away from the stop sign. He said he’s never heard of his HOA giving out traffic citations and is concerned it is not legal. “It says a gray Ford Fusion rolled through a stop sign. There’s not a license plate, just a picture of my garage which is right there.” he said. “How are they enforcing this? Who is training them to give them the ability to give citations for rolling through stop signs supposedly.” 4 In Your Corner asked neighbors if they were familiar with the policy. They were also confused. “I would think you would have to show proof. I would think a police officer would have to give the citation,” said one neighbor. Read more: