Thursday, April 02, 2020

Johnson County HOA Backs Down From Coronavirus Busybody Health Questions

It turns out that social distancing doesn't stop the local chattering class from delving into the personal deets of their frenemies and neighbors. Read more:

Local HOA changes course after saying they'll require residents to report COVID-19 cases

OVERLAND PARK, Kan. - A metro-based homeowners association is reconsidering a request to its residents, having previously asked its homeowners to self-report cases of COVID-19. Property owners within two metro subdivisions, both maintained by FirstService Residential Missouri/Kansas, received a letter this week informing them of the requirement to report COVID-19 cases within their residence.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Are citizens also required to report Inlfuenza ? TB ? and AIDS ?, asking for a famous previous local lawyer that does the down low.