Homeowners have sought out city to take over management of subdivision basins
By Marty Finley
Friday, March 1, 2013 at 2:09 am (Updated: March 1, 7:56 am)
Elizabethtown is considering a policy on maintenance of neighborhood-level subdivision basins.
The review comes after repeated requests from property owners for the city to undertake maintenance duties for smaller basins, said Robert Bush, director of stormwater management.
Bush brought his concern to Elizabethtown City Council earlier this week, asking officials for guidance and stressing the need for a formal policy that could better respond to the requests.
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