Montgomery County (TX) residents sue POA over lack of neighborhood improvements

This subdivision has history as bumpy as its roads. Years ago, a POA administrator went to jail for mismanaging funds. Harris claims he had stepped in at that time to help the subdivision. Residents began paying a higher fee of $180 a year in 2012, and say they were promised improvements.    Read the article………….


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