Residents of Rock Spring, Ga., neighborhood take growing dispute to court (GA)

Like many good neighborhood quarrels, the Fieldstone Farms Owners Association vs. Alexandria and Arthur Berry began with a dispute about paint. From there, the feud evolved. Someone drew a rifle; someone else drew a lawsuit.  “No resident of Fieldstone Farms should have to live in fear of what the Berry family will do next,” Darren McBride, an attorney representing the association, wrote in a civil complaint last month.   “It’s ludicrous,” Alexandria Berry told the Times Free Press last week. “That’s ludicrous. Who is afraid of me? That comment is ludicrous. Why would they be afraid of me? I’m barely 5 feet tall.”   Read the article…………….


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