HOA could pay fees to settle lawsuit over Oliver Nature Park bridge (TX)

How to divvy up legal bills could be all that remains to settle five months of litigation triggered by a bridge in the Oliver W. Elmer Nature Park.   The homeowners association of the Estates of Creekwood, which backs up to the 80-acre park’s south side, has agreed to pay attorney fees of several residents who sued to fight the bridge and the city’s claim to land near the bridge,       Read more…….


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