Also, they claim the deed restriction is contrary to law.
“Allowing one homeowner to display ornaments while telling the next-door neighbors they cannot is called ‘selective enforcement’ and a form of discrimination. And this is also against the law. The courts have ruled it’s one law for everyone – not for a select few,” Wayne Anderson said.
The Andersons claim they have “tried and tried to work out this sad situation” with The Villages.
They said they face $4,800 in fines over their little white cross.
The attorneys for the American Center for Law & Justice sent The Villages two letters stating homeowners had the legal right to display a little, reasonable cross in their yard.
But, now the ACLJ has said, at this time, they are “unable” to help the Andersons in court.
“So, folks we are on our own,” Wayne Anderson said.
They said they are prepared to represent themselves in court.
“This fight will be like David vs. Goliath. And, we hope for the same outcome,” Wayne Anderson said.