Member's Architectural Improvements May Be Allowed

February 1, 2010
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Facts: A member obtained association approval for an addition to his home and for substantial outdoor improvements to his property. The approval specified that an outdoor structure could not exceed 10 feet 6 inches in height. However, over the course of construction, the member concluded that he had to increase the height of the structure. He increased it by a foot and a half without first obtaining a variance from the association.

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