Irate homeowners pitch case to City Council (NC)

Dozens of residents of Durham’s Ravenstone subdivision packed the City Council chambers on Thursday to express their discontent with a city proposal to contribute a set amount of money toward infrastructure improvements while each homeowner is saddled with an almost $5,000 lot assessments.  The Ravenstone and Stone Hill Estates subdivisions — home to a combined 750 families or so — have been dealing with unfinished roads and stormwater systems for more than 10 years.     Read the article……..


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