Pine Ridge lacks money to make it through fiscal year (PA)

The once proud and formerly gated Pine Ridge private community in Bushkill is facing dire financial problems as many residents have fallen behind in their homeowners’ association dues leaving the community with a $450,000 budget shotfall.  Board members have sought help from local and state officials and, in a recent letter to residents, the association noted that it does not have enough money in its budget to make it through the fiscal year.  Board members said state government may have to intervene.    Read the article………….


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