Hello. I live in Weston, FL. My HOA
is Country Isles Executive homes. I applied to convert my garage to a room but agreed to keep the garage door. I am basically asking only for a wall with a door in it, set back a few feet from the garage door to store garden machines and tools. A month ago or so, prior to applying, I called the President of my HOA asking about if I could do this. He said yes, submit an application. I did and it was denied by the manager of the company my HOA contracted with. The manager said my HOA and the city of Weston does not allow garage conversions.
This is contrary to the information received from the HOA (president) and the City (where I inquired on garage conversions). In addition I know of at least one person in my community (same association
) who was granted his application for same request as mine and has a garage conversion.
Please tell me if the manager has the right to tell me without going to the Board or checking previous grants on garage conversion in my HOA that I absolutely cannot do this. Does he speak for my HOA and the city of Weston. He has told me twice my HOA does not allow it nor the City of Weston!
This matter troubles me greatly, it seems sometimes they grant approval, sometime not. I do not want to miss your reply so == I would greatly appreciate if you could email me your response [email protected]
or call me at my cell XXX-XXX-XXXX. I already had to pay an architect
to draw the floor plan for my application ($500, contracted for $1600) as they required it in the application!