Although the HOA rules in Tarzana are detailed for a host of odd reasons, living in south Florida was arguably more agonizing when it came to dealing with neighbors in addition to community organizations.
Some of the people who would join these associations would get petty over trivial troubles, while others would willingly try to scam in addition to defraud the residents.
I got in trouble over a consistently decreasing rule regarding the types of flowers all of us were permitted to have in view from the road. My neighbor who lives in a odd HOA down the road was baffled when he looked at our charter rules 1 day while all of us were enjoying a joint on our back porch. The neighborhoods on the south end of Tarzana start to climb into the foothills of the Santa Monica mountains, making it a highly desirable location that is visually similar to the Hollywood Hills but quieter in addition to more serene for those who live here. I wish I could grow our own cannabis plants in our backyard here in Tarzana, but our HOA forbids it. California law states that anyone over the age of 21 is allowed to have up to several mature cannabis plants on their property, but that doesn’t protect you from rules implemented by a homeowner’s association or cabin association. I could always grow our cannabis plants separate from telling anyone, although I could get in trouble if 1 of our neighbors sees our cannabis plants in addition to rats me out to the homeowner’s association. It’s superb living in Tarzana, although I wish our HOA wasn’t so strict about every little rule. I want to have our right to grow a few cannabis plants as guaranteed by California state law.