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Lilliesan
San Antonio, TX

January 22, 2008
7:34 PM

Post #4439096

I am involved in landscaping my lawn as well. You are right, lots of WORK involved, but the end result is SOOOO worth it!

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Dea
Frederick, MD
(Zone 6a)

January 22, 2008
7:35 PM

Post #4439107

Oooooooh - it's beautiful! Great job :)

Lilliesan
San Antonio, TX

January 22, 2008
7:36 PM

Post #4439115

I have a question about Homeowners' Associations. I am having problems with mine. I wondered if anyone else had successfully dealt with their lack of guidelines. Help!!!
Dea
Frederick, MD
(Zone 6a)

January 22, 2008
7:45 PM

Post #4439142

I'm not too well versed in the subject, but I did d-mail a Texas DG'er who I think knows quite a bit - perhaps she'll mosey on over in the next day or so to answer :)

Tir_Na_Nog
Houston
United States
(Zone 9b)

January 22, 2008
8:00 PM

Post #4439199

Lillie, I used to live in San Antonio with w fresh new HOA system. I've since moved to another city but find that I can't escape an HOA in the Texas neighborhoods. Ask away in dmail if you have further questions and maybe I can help.
Lilliesan
San Antonio, TX

January 22, 2008
8:07 PM

Post #4439214

Other than the fact that I've been dealing with this for a YEAR now, and they keep saying they never received any paperwork... threatening legal action, etc. My biggest headache is that there are no formal guidelines and/or requirements. It seems that approval rests on their individual opinions of what "looks good." I recently emailed the picture attached here to the management company. Does anyone know of any legal recourse perhaps?
Tir_Na_Nog
Houston
United States
(Zone 9b)

January 22, 2008
9:52 PM

Post #4439614

Type in a search for HOA on the search feature for forums. There have been a number of threads. One in great detail that is/did do legal action.

I fax my requests in from home and save them all with their signature and date of approval.

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