Highlands (MO) subdivision faces fierce dispute over use of common areas

What started as a spat over a hypothetical trail became a bitter battle that might force out the majority of the Highlands Homes Association board members and change the way the association governs use of common spaces in the high-end subdivision.    Read the article………….


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