🛑 PLEASE HELP 🛑
I own a townhome and rent it out to a state trooper. The home owners association and board director are going against my tenant/myself because his state trooper vehicle is parked in the driveway- stating that it's a "commercial/work vehicle" and per the rules, commercial vehicles need to be parked off site or in the garage with the garage door closed.
He provides for a safer neighborhood - his vehicle and residency is a deferment for crime and speeding. He is required to live within a short distance from his territory and needs to respond to emergencies at a moments notice. My tenant has a truck in the garage and the trooper vehicle is the driveway.
This HOA needs to reevaluate their priorities and recognize that a state trooper vehicle is not a commercial vehicle and said rule was created for aesthetic purposes. Our emergency responders and law enforcement officers deserve recognition and the right within their duty to park in the driveway of their own home. I have gained over 75 comments and reviews on the 'Cities Management' Facebook page. Cities management is the HOA and has yet to respond to any Facebook comments made on their page.