Meridian resident Drew Dunn once had a vintage Oldsmobile 88 parked by his house in the Danbury Fair subdivision. To him, it was a treasured antique, but to his homeowner’s association, it was junk. After the HOA hired a management company, the dispute was resolved. In this 2014 photo, Dunn has a 1961 Dodge D100 in the driveway — and he had not had any conflicts with the HOA.
Meridian resident Drew Dunn once had a vintage Oldsmobile 88 parked by his house in the Danbury Fair subdivision. To him, it was a treasured antique, but to his homeowner’s association, it was junk. After the HOA hired a management company, the dispute was resolved. In this 2014 photo, Dunn has a 1961 Dodge D100 in the driveway — and he had not had any conflicts with the HOA. Katherine Jones kjones@idahostatesman.com
Meridian resident Drew Dunn once had a vintage Oldsmobile 88 parked by his house in the Danbury Fair subdivision. To him, it was a treasured antique, but to his homeowner’s association, it was junk. After the HOA hired a management company, the dispute was resolved. In this 2014 photo, Dunn has a 1961 Dodge D100 in the driveway — and he had not had any conflicts with the HOA. Katherine Jones kjones@idahostatesman.com

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