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No, if it is not restricted by the CC&Rs, there is nothing you can do about it. Unless you can get enough people on board to change the CC&Rs.
Also, I am confused how water will cost the HOA money, doesn't each homeowner pay their own water bills?
Oh interesting. Ok, so it seems like others would be bothered by the same thing and you can perhaps convince the board to pass a resolution saying no pools allowed. Does that make sense?
Geez, well then you are stuck until you get board members who want to do it unfortunately.
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