Fayette HOA, residents battle over plan to kill deer in the community (GA)

Some residents in a south Fayette County community have locked horns with their homeowners association over the HOA’s deer-killing plan.  The HOA at the Whitewater Creek Country Club subdivision recently told residents it plans to cull part of the whitetail deer population in the area saying the deer have become a nuisance and a danger in the 330-home, tree-lined community. But residents dispute that claim, insisting the community is not overrun with deer. The HOA’s decision to unilaterally cull the herd has angered the residents who say the plan undermines the reason many people moved to the community.    Read the article…………….


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