The grinch was not a fan of the lights.

It’s understandable why Florida man wanted to get into the Christmas spirit a little early this year. The last two years have been taxing on us all, to say the least. Many of us have lost jobs, seen decreases in income, lost businesses and more. I can see how someone would want to cheer up themselves and others by installing some seasonal decorations to their home. That’s why the Moffa family of Westchase decided to hang their lights a bit early this year. It was also the only time the company that installs the lights was available to get the job done. Moffa is unable to get on the roof to put up the lights himself. Regardless of the circumstances behind the act, their HOA was not okay with it. Shortly after the lights went up, the letter came in the mail. No, it wasn’t a thank you letter from Santa Claus and his eight tiny reindeer, it was a notification of a daily fine that was being assessed against them by their Home OWners Association. A neighbor had complained about the lights, prompting a daily charge of $100 until they are removed. Fines will not exceed $1,000. The HOA’s rules state that holiday lights are not to be put up until Thanksgiving Day, which they say was an attempt to keep people from leaving the lights up all year around. When asked about the charges, a representative of the HOA said the rules were put into place to be obeyed, but if enough people want to have the rule changed, it will be considered. The family offered to leave the lights off until after Thanksgiving, but the HOA has not changed their stance. Source:

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