Campbell County (VA) homeowners seek help from supervisors to get road paved

Everyone in the neighborhood, including those who live on a hard surface, is paying to maintain the private gravel roads through a homeowners association.  “When the property owner’s association dissolves in a few years, we won’t have a way to maintain the roads anymore,” Hailey explained.  Mount Vista residents are trying to get their road paved by sharing costs with the state.     Read the article…………….


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