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March 8, 2014 12:00 AM

Editorial | Dog dilemma shows challenges of and to HOA boards

Ginger, Rhett and Scarlett will be able to stay with their owners in Dunes Pointe Plantation without penalty now that the Dunes Pointe POA board of directors has adjusted its recently imposed limit on the number of pets allowed in each residence. For a while, it seemed one of the sibling miniature poodles faced eviction.

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