HOA responds to Clay County nurse’s ‘quarantine RV’ debate
A note on the RV from the association stated that she would be fined up to $1,000 for not removing the camper. PREVIOUS STORY | Clay County nurse battles with HOA over ‘quarantine RV’Larry Hanline, the president of the Magnolia Point Community Association’s board of directors, sent an email to News4Jax Wednesday afternoon explaining the association’s side of the story. Hence, they have no immediate or justifiable need to keep an RV at their residence. The requirement to register RVs, boats and trailers has been a long standing rule of the Association for many years. "For the record, I received a phone call from the Lynch’s (sic) and listened to their argument to keep their RV at their home.
Clay County nurse battles with HOA over ‘quarantine RV’
GREEN COVE SPRINGS, Fla. – A Clay County nurse, who is fighting on the front lines against COVID-19, is now also battling her homeowners association. Sarah Lynch, a clinical nurse coordinator for an area hospital group who lives in the Magnolia Point Golf and Country Club in Green Cove Springs, said the HOA board is being unfair to her current situation. Lynch told News4Jax the note said she must remove the vehicle immediately or face hefty fines. But the HOA board deemed it a nuisance and the president refused to negotiate with her, Lynch said. Lynch said she is currently keeping her RV off-site at a storage facility to avoid fines.