HOA wants to thin out the population of deer in one community (GA)

Some Fayette County residents are trying to stop the plans of a local homeowners’ association to thin out a herd of deer.  “I’m standing here in front of a golf course, and it started out as wilderness,” resident Robert Goldberg said.  Goldberg is opposing the plans of the Whitewater Creek HOA. The HOA board says there have been too many car-deer collisions, and too many sickly deer because the population is too large.    Read the article………..


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