SOUTH CAROLINA – Myrtle Beach residents face HOA violations for driving vehicles

WMBF NEWS:  Myrtle Beach residents face HOA violations for driving commercial vehicles into neighborhood

By Samantha Kummerer|
 December 5, 2019 at 6:52 PM EST 

MYRTLE BEACH, S.C. (WMBF) – A Myrtle Beach resident is facing nearly $1,000 in homeowners’ association fines after getting picked up for work in a commercial vehicle.

Marcos Andrade has lived in the Burcale Commons community for nearly three years and said he was picked up for work every day.

He works with a hardwood floor company and for years the small box truck would pick him up.

“It has letters, but it doesn’t have my company name, it just says ‘Hardwood Floors.’ It doesn’t even have a phone number or something like that, just ‘Hardwood Floors’ and that’s it,” Andrade said.

Occasionally, the truck would stop by during the day to pick up some supplies or cut wood, but he said it never stayed overnight.

Andrade said it’s never been a problem until two months ago when he received a call.

“They call me and say the HOA is going to fine me for $100 if I park my truck over here. I say, ‘I don’t park the truck over here, it just comes to pick me up for work,’” he recalled.  Read more:

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