GEORGIA – Neighborhood ordered to remove debris from pond

WSB-TV 2: Neighborhood ordered to remove debris from pond
Calls and emails to the president of the Homeowner’s Association for Regency Hills went unreturned. 
April 15, 2014
By Amy Napier Viteri

FULTON COUNTY, Ga. — Fulton County code enforcement officials have given a south Fulton County community 90 days to clear debris keeping an overflowing pond from draining. The pond sits behind several homes in the Regency Hills subdivision and is full of standing water, trash and debris, according to neighbors. The pond has debris blocking a retention wall, which is preventing drainage, according to code enforcement officials.

“Every time it rains, I’m thinking, ‘It’s going to flood because the water rises,’” said one neighbor who asked not to be identified.  Read more:

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