Whose responsibility is it after the developers are gone?

A landowner directly across from Glen Laurel pointed out that all the other subdivisions on Old Pine Road also connect to another street, so there are two ways in and out, but Glen Laurel does not. She said the photographs they submitted were of Blue Pool, Callaway Circle, and Hamilton Circle, which are all subdivisions that were developed as affordable housing for first-time homeowners, yet the houses are now in sad shape. She wondered whose responsibility is it to maintain the entrance after the developers are gone? Is it the homeowners association? This is basically the same question Mr. Mulligan asked, which Chairman Ashley Paulk answered with code enforcement.

She said that at Hamilton Circle there are cars parked on the green area, and the entrance is run down. She also mentioned Greyfield subdivision, which has a paved parking area for excess vehicles; she liked that as a compromise for parking.

Here’s the video:

Whose responsibility is it after the developers are gone?
REZ-2010-06, Glen Laurel, Old Pine Rd,
Regular meeting, Lowndes County Commission (LCC),
Valdosta, Lowndes County, Georgia, 8 June 2010.
Videos by Gretchen Quarterman, John S. Quarterman for LAKE, the Lowndes Area Knowledge Exchange.