Sagamore Hills (OH) condo complex questions $47,000 sewer bill shortfall

Dozens of residents living at the Oak Knolls condo complex in Sagamore Hills have big questions about a $47,000 sewer bill shortfall.  Condo owners told newsnet5.com more than 200 units at Oak Knolls are now responsible for making up for the delinquent sewer bill.     Read the article…………..


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