Naval Petty Officer Third Class Anthony Marsiglia is set to return home to Lafayette Louisiana in a few weeks. A four-year aircraft carrier deployment has taken him all over the world. His mom is looking after his eight-year-old daughter Alex and they both can't wait to see him. In anticipation of his homecoming, they hung a welcome home sign in front of their house -- a welcome sign that wasn't so welcome.
The Homeowners Association's attorney slapped the family with a letter ordering the sign to be taken down, even though the family says their sign conforms to HOA rules. After local TV station KATC did a story, the attorney backed down a little, stating the sign will be allowed but only for the two weeks before and after Marsiglia's homecoming.
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