Claremore Daily Progress

Government

June 19, 2013

Commissioners seek help to clean up county

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CLAREMORE —

Assistant District Attorney David Iski said it depends on what was put on the homeowners when a subdivision was created.  Most homeowner’s associations require residents to pay dues and following covenants, therefore addressing these types of issues.  Often times, the original owners no longer live in the subdivision and associations are not longer active, according to DeLozier.
“I think we would miss a great opportunity in Rogers County being one of the fasted growing counties to not to address this early on,” Thacker said.

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