Residents in a Buda neighborhood are protesting their home owner's association with chalk art. Last month, Elm Grove resident Kelsey Jakubauskas received a violation from her HOA and was told to remove her child's chalk drawing on the driveway or face a fine. According to the HOA, Alliance Association Management, chalk art is an eye sore. This not only upset the home owner, but also neighborhoods who are questioning the violation. They've formed a group called 'Chalk it up. Kids rule and Alliance drools.' Sunday, those residents got out their chalk and drew all over the sidewalks in protest.
"We just came together as a neighborhood and decided that this was something we were going to do to send a message to our homeowner's association and show solidarity as a neighborhood," said Jakubauskas. She and other residents tell FOX 7 they have not been able to find wording in their home owner's covenance that prohibits chalk art.