07 E350, 80 240D 4 speed, 90 300SE, 87 260E
Friend got a letter from HOA telling him he had clover growing with his grass lawn and he needed to get ride of it or else.
Some neighborhoods in Houston you'd get one saying your servants aren't dressed well enough...Friend got a letter from HOA telling him he had clover growing with his grass lawn and he needed to get ride of it or else.
She OWNED the house and rented it out. Hence still eligible to be Chair of the Home OWNERs Association.How the hell can you move OUT of the neighborhood...and are therefore no longer a "homeowner"....and STILL be head of the Home Owners Association??
A grow house....that's funny there.
We need to support "Right to Repair" laws, screw HOAs and manufacturers.
With 20 states considering Right to Repair bills this legislative cycle, the fight over who can fix the stuff consumers buy and own has become a national policy debate, bringing together an eclectic mix of advocates from across the tech, medical, and farming industries. Even presidential candidate Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D–Mass.) has addressed the issue, indicating that she would support a national right-to-repair law that applies to farm equipment.
Vermont Senator and Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders called for a national right-to-repair law on Sunday. The right-to-repair law is a part of Sanders’ plan to revitalize rural America, which his campaign unveiled on its website. Sanders’ plan involves using antitrust legislation to bust up large agriculture firms, reforming patent law to protect farmers from seed patents, and national right-to-repair legislation to ensure farmers can repair their equipment.
“In rural America today, farmers can’t even repair their own tractors or other equipment because of the greed of companies like John Deere,” Sanders’ plan said. “When we are in the White House, we will pass a national right-to-repair law that gives every farmer in America full rights over the machinery they buy.”