No breaks for Gen Y & Z at some HOAs

Should you live in a normal neighborhood as in a non-HOA community, you know how common is the presence of children and teenagers playing in the streets. However, those who live in HOAs and common interest developments know that such activities may be prohibited or restricted. Often, the inevitable conflict that arises about the usage of streets and common areas for children's play will become an issue, as it has in some of the 'social current see' items cited below.