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Old 04-16-2012, 06:59 AM
Location: NC High Country
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I saw the following blurb in yesterday's Charlotte Observer:

Public Hearing set on homeowner associations

Residents have another chance to talk with state lawmakers about concerns regarding homeowners associations.

A public hearing is set for 4-7 p.m., April 27 in the board room of the Watauga County Board of Commissioners building at 814 W. King St., Boone. A similar forum was held earlier this year in Raleigh.

The hearing is organized by the state House Select Committee on Homeowners Association, which is studying the impact of current laws for housing developments managed by HOAs. The committee could recommend changes to state law.

Anyone wishing to speak at the event should contact Kelly Quick at 919-733-2578 or kelly.quick@ncleg.net.
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