Upset Rincon residents take up road issue with city (GA)
Many Effingham County residents made their way to the Rincon City Council meeting Monday night to appear before the council to discuss the streets in Bent Tree Crossing subdivision. The residents of the subdivision, led by Maegan Hakes, explained to the council that their two roads in the subdivision are currently fine but that if something is to go wrong with them, there is no current entity (Effingham County Commission or Rincon City Council) who would take ownership of the roads. The problem the residents are having is that when they moved into the subdivision, they were unaware that any expenses needed to fix their roads in the future would come from their own pockets, taken up through HOA fees. Read the article…………..
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