The playhouse is beside the driveway, in front of the Veloudis' fenced-in back yard, as shown on Monday, Dec. 5, 2011.  The Veloudis home is at right. 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
The playhouse is beside the driveway, in front of the Veloudis' fenced-in back yard, as shown on Monday, Dec. 5, 2011. The Veloudis home is at right. 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
The playhouse is beside the driveway, in front of the Veloudis' fenced-in back yard, as shown on Monday, Dec. 5, 2011. The Veloudis home is at right. 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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