Nevada HOA signs on to protect wild horses

11/27/2012 | Reno Gazette-Journal (Nev.)

The Santa Maria Ranch HOA in Nevada has joined hands with the Wild Horse Preservation League to construct barbed-wire fences that will keep wild horses from wandering into residential properties and streets, protecting animals and humans. "I see this joint effort as an opportunity to meet all our goals, both wild horse advocates and homeowners alike," says HOA board member Tim Hall. "... As time goes on, I see projects such as this will help to motivate our residents in becoming more involved in caring for and improving our HOA community as a whole."

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