HOA Presidents moves forward with road project despite community outcry (FL)

Despite dozens of complaints from residents at Sabalwood at River Ridge in New Port Richey, residents say the HOA President Brian Tortarelli will move forward with a road resealing project.  “There is no reason to postpone this,” Tortarelli said. “The only thing that changes is the price, or the weather there are no other options.”  The resealing project has been in the works for several weeks. Tortarelli said the community has been saving for it for more than a decade. Not a single resident ABC Action News spoke to is against the project.    Read the article………….


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