Contractor Owes Property Owner Association (CO)

Nearly 150 families live here on the eastern plains of El Paso County. They’re part of a 600-acre subdivision known as Falcon Heights POA (Property Owner Association). Every month homeowners pay POA dues to cover their water.  But more than five years ago, residents and the seven-member POA board say action was taken that could jeopardize their homes and their lives.   Read the article………


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