Four Seasons residents await response from Woodland Park officials about decreasing water standby fees

Residents who live in the Four Seasons at Great Notch 55 and older housing complex are asking borough officials to reduce and eventually eliminate their water standby fees.  Residents were hopeful the Woodland Park Mayor and Council would have a solution for them before the Sept. 21 deadline passed for submitting the complex’s 2016-17 Homeowners Association budget, but as of yet the borough is working to provide them with feedback about the issue.    Read the article…………….


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