FLORIDA – HOA says Graduation sign in violation of HOA rules must come down

Article and Video Courtesy of Channel 2 NBC News
By Joseph Ojo
Published June 2, 2020

 COLLIER COUNTY – A mother said a sign honoring her daughter’s accomplishment for graduating high school must come down because it’s in violation of her HOA rules. They received a detailed letter from their HOA after they put up the graduation sign saying they are in violation of the rules: the Barron Collier High School class of 2020 sign on their front yard, is not allowed.When Meadow Phillips’ graduation was canceled due to the coronavirus pandemic, Collier County schools came up with a different way to honor their seniors —the district provided front yard signs, which spread the good news for graduates.

Meadow and her mother Amber Phillips received a detailed letter from their HOA after they put up the graduation sign saying they are in violation of the rules: the Barron Collier High School class of 2020 sign on their front yard, is not allowed.

The letter from the HOA also states that for each day the sign is up, the family will be fined $100 and up to $1,000 if the sign isn’t removed.

Mom and daughter said the sign isn’t offending anyone, so they plan to keep it up.We reached out by phone and email to the HOA for comment, and we have not yet heard back.  Read:

http://www.ccfj.net/HOAFLGradSignViol.html

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