I live in Macon, GA. Three weeks ago I had a shed delivered to my backyard. The President of the Association said we had to remove it as it was a violaton of the HOA covenants. He also said that since we lived on the lake, he pursued those violations more than homes not on the lake. We also got a letter in the mail stating we should remove the shed. My husband and I drove around the subdivision and took pictures of more than 50 HOA covenant violations. We sent the pictures to the HOA with the addresses on the back of each photo. A week later we received a letter stating if the shed was not removed within a week, we would be charged a fee, and if the fee was not paid, a lien would be put on our home. I had the shed removed. However, other violations of the Restrictive Covenants are still in place, a couple of sheds, boats on trailers in driveways and yards, and satellite dishes that can be seen from the street. I believe we have been discriminated against since all these other Covenant Violations have not been dealt with and WE are not being represented by the HOA, but singled out to obey the Covenants.