Green Acres Homeowners Association prides itself on its meticulous and seasonally appropriate landscaping throughout the community’s extensive common areas. When a phantom gardener begins replacing some of that landscaping with drought-tolerant plants in the dark of night, board members are perplexed. The association isn’t in a drought-prone area, but board members believe an environmentally conscious owner is trying to make a point about water waste. Everyone agrees the new additions look great, but the phantom gardener is destroying association property.
Should Green Acres make an effort to catch the phantom gardener? Or let the stealthy sowing and seeding continue?
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