Lake MacLeod homeowners seek legal recourse (PA)

Lake MacLeod Homeowners Association is challenging Pine officials’ preliminary approval of a developer’s plans to put nearly 250 new houses along Babcock Boulevard next to the homeowners’ million-dollar homes on one or more acres.  In an appeal filed this month, the association asks the Allegheny County Court of Common Pleas to reverse the supervisors’ preliminary approval and comply with Pine Township’s existing land use rules.     Read the article……………


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