Jt Lamb wrote:
I'd rather just see a board with some rules burned into it, at the front entrance ... like at any State park or swimming pool. Easily readable, lets me know in 5 seconds what is expected (what I can and can't do), and so on ...
Gary Numan wrote:I've never signed, nor even seen, a HOA agreement before, are they typically this long?
... Too many rules. And I just *know* that when the rules are open to interpretation, the lowly homeowner will lose each and every time to the HOA officers.
This is almost like Sheldon's Roommate Agreement.
C. Letellier wrote: If the purple cross bars are floating with chain link pivots to hold the skids parallel.
C. Letellier wrote: The main cross bar pivots on the mobile skid. The green of the floor is solid to the the one skid. the other skid is made as a socket so the skid can pivot over it. The red posts will be strongly diagonally cross braced to the free floating corners of the floor to eliminate any tendency to rack by the building.