Ingalls residents pursue new HOA


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Ingalls - Some residents of Lick Creek Estates in Ingalls have united to form a homeowner’s association, in response to the installed safety barrier at the dead end on South Huston Street.

But that will require the town to relinquish control.

Earlier this year, Councilman Tim Millikan purchased property in the area and had it surveyed this fall. Results indicated Millikan owned part of the dead end street. He successfully requested that the town and its employees put up a sign and barrier at his property line, eliminating access to a portion of the roadway. He cited problems with neighbors and safety concerns as the reasons for the barrier (PTLP Nov. 21).

 

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