OH: Debate ongoing about water levels at Mystic Pointe subdivision lake

What began as complaints from residents in the Mystic Pointe neighborhood about water encroaching on their backyards, now has a different group of residents in the same neighborhood up in arms that their lake now is no more in what has become a months-long battling pitting the members of the same homeowners’ association against each other, with city of Green officials caught in the middle.  Dillene and Wayne Vanaman, who live on Lakeview Drive, are among the angry homeowners. They moved into their home during the summer of 2015 and built a deck off the back to enjoy the view of the lake that surrounds their portion of the subdivision.  That has all since changed. Now, their backyard is full of muck, dead fish and mosquitoes.     Read the article………….


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