Potholes growing to unavoidable nuisance in Cordova neighborhood (TN)

The potholes aren’t avoidable either as it’s a one-way street, so all the houses have to drive past them.  The street’s connected to all their driveways. Tiffany said the problem is it’s not named, so it’s not the county’s responsibility.  WREG’s Bridget Chapman dug up the original paperwork for the properties and found out the task is one for the homeowners association.  The only problem is that HOA went inactive in 2009 due to lack of funding.     Read the article………….


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