By , Mount Vernon News
September 8, 2010, 10:47 am

CENTERBURG — Frustrated residents of the Centerburg Meadows subdivision in Centerburg came to the village council meeting Tuesday night to seek help from council regarding the current overgrown and neglected condition of some of the lots adjoining their homes.

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3 Responses to “Subdivision under siege of high grass”

  1. Jim

    Pullins sounds like your typical Liberal. Sit back and wait. Someone will step up and assume your responsibilities. Why should I have to spend my hard earned money to do upkeep on someone else’s property. Don’t take me wrong, I have helped neighbors who have been ill or injured and I have been helped by neighbors when I have been injured. People need to be responsible for there own actions, property, etc.

  2. Scott Pullins

    In the time it took to go to council and make this case, the neighbors could have gotten together and mowed the vacant lots themselves.

  3. Jacob

    People move to a place called Centerburg MEADOWS and get frustrated that they have to look at high grass? Do these people want to leave in the countryside or not?