The builder completed all the homes in the development, but there are clearly issues with the site. A "pond" forms along the side of the town homes because it was not properly graded. Does the township hold any funds from the builder to fix this? If so, how do I get the township to release the funds to be used?
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Dear Norristown - T he other lawyers make good points - but requirements often vary from state to state, county to county and township to township. You can talk to the planning commission, the building inspector and a private lawyer (perhaps the neighbors can all see the same layer, since there is a shared interest. The main issue is the safety and health of the community. Good luck!
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