Things are heating up, the most recent action in our neighborhood being a letter to homeowners sent out by email blast from our HOA President using our Management Company as the distributer. In one section, our Pres attempted to use language in HB2158 to defend the Board’s (or his…not sure) efforts at removing signs homeowners have posted in various places in the community which led to homeowners posting signs on their actual property vs in common areas. Below is the section regarding HB2158, which I believe is an erroneous interpretation. Would you be willing to set one of the sides of this issue straight? If I am in error, I can live with that. If he is in error, it needs to be confirmed and announced.
Per CC&R section 3.5: The distribution of leaflets, handbills, brochures, and all other forms and manner of
solicitation shall be prohibited. Our community is full of part-time residents whose homes are often left vacant
for months at a time. Leaving leaflets and flyers on doors identifies who is not home, making them a prime
target for theft or burglary. Per House Bill 2158, the association cannot prohibit or unreasonably restrict the
display of association-specific political signs. Therefore, pending a board decision otherwise, political signs
specific to the association may be posted within eight feet of PSMRA mailboxes. However, such signs must be
no larger than 18in x 24in and must be free-standing, not attached, or adhered to common area property.