Supervisors of the Heritage Harbour South Community Development District will meet tonight to discuss a range of topics affecting their community, including deep sidewalk crevices that could be hazardous to pedestrians.
After discussing the issue at their December meeting, the group decided to gather more information and review the (in some cases) more than one-inch-deep cracks in sidewalks throughout Heritage Harbour's neighborhoods. The supervisors agreed the cosmetic damage to the walkways requires immedaite attention.
Other topics include updates on lake bank projects, the district garage sale and construction vehicle traffic issues. The meeting will be held at 6 p.m. Jan. 16, at Comfort Inn, 580 66th St. Court E.
To view the evening's agenda, visit heritageharboursouthcdd.org.
Look for an extended story in the East County Observer's Jan. 23 issue.
Contact Amanda Sebastiano at email@example.com.
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