Homeowner's Association May Consider Private Hearing In Wake Of Playhouse Controversy | LEX18.com | Lexington, Kentucky
An official for the Andover Forest Homeowner's Association in Lexington said Friday that the association is considering a private hearing concerning a playhouse for a three-year-old with cerebral palsy. The story stirred controversy after it was revealed the association told the homeowners they had to remove the playhouse.
The story of the family fighting to keep their son's playhouse has received a lot of attention since LEX 18 first reported it on Thursday's 6 p.m. newscast. Three-year-old Cooper Veloudis has cerebral palsy and uses that house as part of his therapy, but the neighborhood homeowner's association says it has to go.
Despite an overwhelming output of support for Cooper, Ernie Stamper, one of seven people who represent the Andover Forest Subdivision, says the playhouse violates association rules, and they are fining the family every day the playhouse remains.
Another unbelievable but true story from HOA Hell, as it is sometimes called. Thanks to Shu for the link.