TEXAS – HOA sues retired Texas City couple for up to $100,000 for flower beds that don’t meet guidelines

KHOU.COM:  HOA sues retired Texas City couple for up to $100,000 for flower beds that don’t meet guidelines

By Chris Costa
December 7, 2019

TEXAS CITY, Texas — A property owner’s association is suing a retired Texas City couple for thousands of dollars over a dispute about flower beds that did not meet the HOA’s guidelines. Klaas and Dorothy Tadema moved into the Lago Mar neighborhood after their Dickinson home flooded during Hurricane Harvey. The Tademas said they installed flower beds on the property in November 2018. They said they were notified by the HOA in March 2019 that their home improvements did not meet the association’s guidelines, which the HOA calls “covenants.”  Read more:

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