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Monsanto: State law allows certain banners in Sun City

Posted 5/7/22

This is reply to David Broyles (“Give them an inch, they want a mile,” Sun City Independent, April 20, 2022) regarding the flying of flags.

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Monsanto: State law allows certain banners in Sun City

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This is reply to David Broyles (“Give them an inch, they want a mile,” Sun City Independent, April 20, 2022) regarding the flying of flags.

ARS 33-1808 states there are nine non-prohibited flags at present that HOAs cannot discriminate against. HOAs can and do limit the number of flags that can be flown. Usually it is two! The problem is the “flagpoles.”

You may have one ground mounted flagpole or one portable 6-foot flagpole mounted to your house. By only allowing one portable flag pole mounted to your house, a resident has to chose which of the non-prohibited flags they want to fly. If they choose the American flag (federal law) they cannot choose one of the nine non-prohibited flags listed in ARS 33-1808 (state Law). HOAs have the right to limit the number of flags, so he is mistaken to state residents can fly as many flags as they desire.

People don’t want more! Just the right to fly an American flag with one other to honor or commemorate one of the flags that Arizona state has legislatively allowed.

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