Vet Told to Stop Building Furniture for Needy Military Families by Nevada Home Owners Association


Give me a break. Only in America would a nosy, nanny state HOA try to tell this man to cease and desist his good work.

 

From the article:

A homeowners association is telling Dennis Kocher he needs to close up shop after years of doing business, or he could be fined between $100 and $1,000. “I may not paint, sand, cut wood or screw on the property at anytime,” he said.

The new mandate cuts deep, as he’s been building cabinets and dressers for a decade, donating most to military families. “Everyone who received my furniture or responsible for dispersing it gave me this gift and it’s something I’ll treasure forever,” he said holding a photo.: 

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Never mind that the neighbors that are actually near him support him. Never mind that he is a CHARITY, donating his time and energy to help others, OR the fact that he is doing this for our nations most honorable citizens, our military personnel. They say America is only as good as her people. Shape up, and be citizens that REALLY stand for America.

 

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Katie McGuire

Katie McGuire

I am a right-wing mom in the nursing field. I love politics and am active in several local campaigns at any given moment. I reside in the beautiful Pacific Northwest, enjoy travel, cooking, football and my 2 corgis.

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