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Limits to power
 
By Steve Petrini on September 16, 2009 | View all articles
 
Prior to the Telecommunications Act of 1996, HOAs could have restrictions prohibiting satellite dishes. Many communities still have these rules in their CC&Rs, but after October 1996, they are no longer enforceable. With a few exceptions, any homeowner can have a satellite dish 1 meter or smaller in diameter (larger dishes are protected in Alaska). While HOAs may encourage that dishes be placed as inconspicuously as possible, the dish must be allowed to be placed wherever it needs to be in order to receive a usable signal.

In Florida, state law prevents covenants and deed restrictions passed after Oct. 1, 2001, from prohibiting xeriscaping. In spite of this law, at least one homeowner has faced harassment and threat of fines from a homeowners' group for having insufficient grass after xeriscaping his yard to reduce his water usage. Similar legislation was introduced and passed by the legislature in Colorado but was vetoed by governor Bill Owens. Residents in Colorado have continued to call for regulation to protect xeriscaping, citing homeowners' associations which require the use of grasses that consume large quantities of water and threaten fines for those who do not comply with the covenants.
 
 
 

 
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