Pine Forest POA, government battle back in court in May (TX)
A legal wrangling over Pine Forest property along Texas 71 will come to bear in a courtroom again early next month, when a judge might decide how the property owner’s association — which serves two large neighborhoods, one developed and one undeveloped — will be managed. Control of the Pine Forest Property Association’s board has been a hot-button item since last year, when the city of Bastrop, Bastrop County and the Bastrop school district sued a developer who had been contracted to build homes and infrastructure in one portion of Pine Forest — Unit 6. This land is separated from Units 7-12 by the Tahitian Village neighborhood, and both areas are represented by the same POA. Read the article……………
A group representing the town’s condominium owners wants reimbursement for fire hydrant and streetlight maintenance built into the operating budget.
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