Yes, summer has come to a close, but that doesnâ€™t mean that you need to bid adieu to gardening or enjoying colorful blossoms in your Belleview IL home. Actually, cooler temperatures, moist soils,
Many of us select plants for the garden at our Saint Clair County IL home based on their visual effectâ€”color, height, size of blooms, etc. And so we should, as the sight of our plantings should
One other thing you might try. You tried to formally change the indentures but, as you found out, that's tough regardless of the issue.
If your HOA has a Grounds Committee or Landscaping Committee or something similar (some group of owners who can approve, let's say, color of shutters or front door, or design of a mailbox), you might approach that committee and ask for permission to build your fence. Now, technically, your rules don't allow for a 6' fence, but committees have been known to look past the rules in making their decisions. It's not a great way to go about it--your attempt to modify the actual rules was the right way--but recognizing that others have already done so, with the apparent acquiescence of the HOA and the appropriate committee--you might be able to receive approval for what you're seeking by using that technique.