I know that I am old and confused, but sometimes the things that FCCA does, confuses me even more.
In December and January, they sent out violation letters to residents for no grass in the yard and gave them just a couple of weeks to comply. Number one, grass does not grow in December and January, even if you could find it at any of the plant stores or home stores. It’s really funny because the FCCA common areas have no grass. They should set a good example.
More confusion…. we are in one of the biggest dry spells in Texas history and just about every resident is getting a letter to power wash their drive and sidewalks.. Aren’t we trying to conserve water during this period? Couldn’t this have waited until December or January or when we start getting rain?
Most in our neighborhood firmly believe that FCCA practices selective enforcement. We have one neighbor who has had 2 large tree limbs that have been down in the front yard for 2 years.. no letter, no warning..
One neighbor had a small bird feeder, mostly hidden, that his deceased wife put up before she died. He got a letter but his next door neighbor who has two pink, plastic flamingoes, clearly visible in the front yard, never hears from FCCA.
I was forced to put up a cedar fence which is more expensive than pine. My neighbor across the street, has a fence that is falling down and when it needs picket replacement, uses pine. I have informed the association with NO RESULTS.. I have to look at this atrocity every day.
Seems like selective enforcement to me!
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