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Friday May 22nd, 2015 9:03AM

'Remove flags or be fined' homeowner told by HOA

By Staff
GAINESVILLE - A Gainesville woman has been told by her homeowners' association that she must remove the Israeli and American flags on display in her front yard or face a fine.<br /> <br /> Fox5 News reports that Delita Smith was told on Thursday that she had 72-hours to remove the banners.<br /> <br /> Smith owns a condominium in the Chicopee Crossing subdivision off Atlanta Highway.<br /> <br /> She says she has been flying the standards for nearly two years but thinks that the matter has become an issue as the result of a neighbor's complaint.<br /> <br /> "I have a right to fly my flags the way I want to in the home I own myself," Smith told Fox5.<br /> <br /> Smith says she plans to take further action if she is fined by the HOA.<br />
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