Farmington Hills (MI) bears no responsibility for fixing private roads

Resident Joseph Scott never expected “anyone to come to the rescue” to help fix the deteriorating roads in the Golfview Pointe at Copper Creek condominium development.  He knows the city of Farmington Hills has no responsibility for the upkeep or replacement of the private roads there. And after the city council reaffirmed that position at a study session Monday, Scott is hopeful his neighbors now understand that any action is going to be up to them.     Read the article……….


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