Saturday, May 30, 2009

Veteran battles HOA over stickers on car

A Dallas veteran is battling his jerkwater Homeowners Association (HOA) over seven stickers on his black Chevrolet HHR that they want to classify as "advertising." Frank Larison is a disabled Marine who has lived in his condo for eight years.

He has seven Marine Corps stickers on his vehicle, and the Woodlands II on the Creek HOA is flexing its muscles and threatening to tow his car and fine him $50.00/incident, if he doesn't cover or remove the stickers.

What do these "horrible" advertising stickers say? Semper Fidelis; OORAH! It's a Marine thing; First Marine Aircraft Wing Association Vietnam Service; Freedom is not Free ribbon; Love it or Leave it eagle emblem.

Watch this clip from Fox-TV4 in the Dallas-Fort Worth area:

I'm trying to get a mailing address for Frank Larison, who will probably appreciate some donations and contributions for his legal fight against the HOA.

1 comment:

Bill Crittenden said...

Someone needs to contact the Institute for Justice over this, they're big on homeowner rights.