The POA Board of Directors approved funding in the amount $44,056 from the Road Reserves to repave Santana Court, a cul-de-sac located off Cove View Street.
The POA has been litigating for the premature failure of pavement throughout the community from the paving project completed in 2012/2013 against the engineer, contractor, and material suppliers. A settlement was reached with the contractor and project engineer for $5,500,000. A settlement has not yet been reached with the material suppliers, which is still in progress.
Although the POA is in the planning and design stages for a total rehabilitation project for the badly and prematurely deteriorated roads, Santana Court is in need of immediate repaving. Paving material specifications and inspections will be the same as the current paving project.
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