Saturday, August 18, 2012

County code backs up HOA's cat leash rule - Real Estate -

County code backs up HOA's cat leash rule - Real Estate -
"Your HOA board members need to rethink their position of how to monitor the pool. At any time and in any community, associations have neighbors using their pools. It is a constant headache. With the economic conditions of Southern Nevada, not many associations can afford part-time summer security or a pool monitor. Some associations have people wear armbands to identify them as association members. The colors of the armbands often change each season."
Fred Pilot sent the link to this Barbara Holland column in the Las Vegas Review Journal--one of those weekly "ask questions about your condo/HOA" columns.  This answer responds to a series of questions about some petty and annoying practices, in this case padlocking the pool gate. One alternative:  Armbands??? How about tattooed barcodes for all HOA residents, while you are at it?

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

More appropriate to have the tattoo barcode like Kyle Reese in the Terminator.

As noted by Kyle when explaining the barcode "Most of us were rounded up, put in camps for orderly disposal. This is burned in by laser scan (showing a barcode on his right arm) Some of us are kept alive ... to work ... loading bodies. The disposal units ran night and day. We were that close to going out forever."

Now just replace "camps" with "HOAs".

Just brand the human cattle to show what HOA they are slave to and the problem will be solved.