Run-down DeKalb (GA) condo complex given deadline to improve

Residents of a trash-filled and partially burned-down condo complex in DeKalb County are being given 30 days to clean up.  The Brannon Hill homeowners’ association and the county agreed in court Thursday to allow the community to remove debris, worn mattresses and tires strewn across parking lots before the government considers stepping in.   Read the article…………


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