City holds meeting on situation with ponds

Dozens of homeowners came to this meeting with questions about their subdivision’s ponds, but many of them left with even more.  City staff members told a Champaign neighborhood they need to organize and hire a lawyer. After someone stopped paying the taxes on these two ponds in the Timberline Valley South Subdivision, a man in suburban Chicago bought them. Since then, he’s threatened to make homeowners pay to use their docks, or charge them with trespassing.   Read the article………………


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