Homeowner Association Fees Could Triple to Fund Creek Fix (TX)

Homeowner association fees could triple under a $1.5 million plan to fix an erosion issue along an Irving creek – an expensive project that residents say is needed but they cannot afford.  People who live in the Lakeside Landing townhomes near Walnut Hill and Storey Lane say they were attracted by the beautiful view of the waterway that runs through it.  “It used to be pretty to sit out and enjoy it,” said Kimberly Roediger, who moved in six years ago. “But now, it’s just stressful.”    Read the article…………….

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