Oak Hill Estates residents frustrated by roads (MS)

It’s a fight that’s been going on since 2012 and most likely will continue until the gravel meets the road.  Residents of Oak Hill Estates met with the Brookhaven Board of Aldermen again Monday in a work session to discuss the ownership of the roads in their subdivision.  They met already on the same issue Dec. 15 but this time around Oak Hill Homeowners Association President Kevin Laird came armed with all 17 other homeowners and more evidence to back up the association’s claim that the city owns the roads and therefore should be responsible for the upkeep.    Read the article…………..


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