I can’t find the original May 11 posting, but I agree with Bob’s comment, and I share his concern that changes to the restrictive covenants might negatively impact property rights and values. There are pages and pages of red-lined edits addressing very technical issues that I don’t feel comfortable evaluating and assessing myself–I’m not a property law attorney. Every time I get these long and complicated proposed revisions, I feel like I need to hire a lawyer to review them and advise me on whether I need to be concerned. Particularly in these surreal times, having to pore over complex proposed changes to our governing documents that might impact our property values isn’t an added stressor that I welcome. I appreciate the time and energy that board members seem to have spent on this, but I’m not comfortable evaluating the impact of these changes on my property myself, and I really don’t want to have to hire and pay for an attorney to do this for me.