Who paves the street?

I was very interested to read your newsletter and feel it has great value to property owners in a residential airport community. We own a home at Whispering Pines Airpark, Conyers, Georgia. Our home is on a street adjacent to and connected to a runway by a taxiway. When the developer sold the lot it […]

I was very interested to read your newsletter and feel it has great value to property owners in a residential airport community.

We own a home at Whispering Pines Airpark, Conyers, Georgia. Our home is on a street adjacent to and connected to a runway by a taxiway. When the developer sold the lot it was understood that our street would be owned and maintained, not by the county, but by homeowners since we are able to taxi planes from our house/hangar to the runway.

My question is how is this handled in other airport communities across the country?

We will soon be tearing up the street and replacing it and would certainly like the county to do the work.

We await your reply.

Betty Mastley

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