Cooper and his mother, Tiffiney Veloudis, walk back to the family home after playing in the playhouse (background) on Monday, Dec. 5, 2011.  Cooper's sisters Ally, 4, and Jordan Wade, 22, are on the playhouse porch.  Neighbors' homes are shown behind the playhouse. Cooper Veloudis is a 3-year-old with cerebral palsy.   His parents bought him a $5,000 playhouse to aid in his physical therapy, but the Andover Forest Homeowners' Association says it violates their bylaws and it must be taken down.  There is quite a public controversy over the homeowners' association's decision.  Photo by David Perry | Staff
Cooper and his mother, Tiffiney Veloudis, walk back to the family home after playing in the playhouse (background) on Monday, Dec. 5, 2011. Cooper's sisters Ally, 4, and Jordan Wade, 22, are on the playhouse porch. Neighbors' homes are shown behind the playhouse. Cooper Veloudis is a 3-year-old with cerebral palsy. His parents bought him a $5,000 playhouse to aid in his physical therapy, but the Andover Forest Homeowners' Association says it violates their bylaws and it must be taken down. There is quite a public controversy over the homeowners' association's decision. Photo by David Perry | Staff ©2011
Cooper and his mother, Tiffiney Veloudis, walk back to the family home after playing in the playhouse (background) on Monday, Dec. 5, 2011. Cooper's sisters Ally, 4, and Jordan Wade, 22, are on the playhouse porch. Neighbors' homes are shown behind the playhouse. Cooper Veloudis is a 3-year-old with cerebral palsy. His parents bought him a $5,000 playhouse to aid in his physical therapy, but the Andover Forest Homeowners' Association says it violates their bylaws and it must be taken down. There is quite a public controversy over the homeowners' association's decision. Photo by David Perry | Staff ©2011

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