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#Xeriscaping▶ #SocialCurrentSee

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What is Xeriscaping?WHAT is true is that this blogger is no expert on the subject of landscaping and I claim no experience as a journalist on the topic either. But the subject XERISCAPING GOLF COURSES. Still, the topic becomes a common interest development when you consider that our HOA resides in the midst of a major Southern California golf attraction known as Glen Ivy (formerly Trilogy), the actual moniker for our HOA community, Trilogy Glen Ivy.
▶ Those WHO live in the community or play golf at Trilogy well know the challenges here to maintain the golf course lakes and buffer areas that have water features or native landscaping. One lake (#16) has been bone dry for years; others are noticeably depleted. Overall, the course is in acceptable shape, but these blighted areas are a concern.
▶ That's WHY the consideration of Xeriscaping may be viable,…

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▶FAQ▶ #HOALawyers▶ #SocialCurrentSee "I’m in settlement talks with my homeowner association over a complicated problem that we finally resolved during a long internal-dispute-resolution meeting. I want to include two concerns in our agreement, so the association told me to write the clauses and return the final draft. But I’m not an attorney and am afraid if I write those two clauses I could prejudice myself and my case. For more of this FAQ, read▶

▶In this FLIPBOARD clip of a column written by Donie Vanitzian in the LATimes... The universal dilemma of potential legal complications for homeowners is explained. Essentially, no conflict that arises between homeowners and their HOA is beyond the veil of legal counsel for the HOA. Remember: Legal counsel, for whom the dues and fees paid by the homeowners cover legal services for the HOA alone, do not represent homeowners. Author Vanitzian well describes a conundrum for …