Windridge residents urge city to pay portion of repair costs (MI)

Residents of the Windridge Estates subdivision in New Baltimore are urging city officials to pay a portion of repair costs associated with a failing retention pond.  For the past few years, residents have been voicing concerns over the retention basin in the subdivision off of Ridge Road. Some homeowners have said the foundations of their homes are crumbling in, and others have said the soil that borders the pond is crumbling into some of the pipes, causing other drainage mechanisms to fail.  Read the article……….


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