Ailing ash trees mean higher homes association dues; blame a green beetle (MO)

The holidays have wrapped up, a new year is underway and it’s time to start tackling those recently acquired bills.  For some homeowners, there’s a new one in the pile: an increase in HOA dues, courtesy of a metallic green insect called the emerald ash borer.  As the beetle infestation spreads through neighborhoods across the country, homeowners associations are being forced to decide whether to treat their trees or remove and replace them.    Read the article…………


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