Friday, November 30, 2012

Hold UP For Development Because of Poor Roads
A botched Sullivan County subdivision street may wind up being the responsibility of an insurance company if developer, Archie Newberry doesn't finish the roadway by this weekend. Sullivan County planning director Ambre Torbertt it's a very complicated issue but Sullivan County taxpayers will not be dragged in to foot the bill. Newberry has sold the second phase of the subdivision to another developer who has it finished and ready to sell lots to the perspective of homeowners but can't, because the roadway has not been finished by the original developer. If the work is not done by this weekend the County will take the matter to an insurance company that stands behind bonds.(CS)

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