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    There was a drainage company truck parked out front of that house yesterday when I drove by.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gorja View Post
    There was a drainage company truck parked out front of that house yesterday when I drove by.
    Yeah, well the CEO still is not helping those homeowners with their drainage issues which were created by the developer. So the homeowners paid out a tremendous amount of money by putting in pipes and creek beds. Now here is where the CEO has failed two homeowners on drainage, the developer put in the sump pumps to both homes and the pipes that are outside of the home where the water drains from the sump pumps go nowhere allowing the water to pond. They had drainage specialists out to help mitigate the problem. Again, homeowners paid $$ to redo the sump pump piping allowing it to flow freely to the lake. It is truly a mess. The CEO needs to take the time to inspect this developer. They are doing all kinds of things that are not to code. And to make mattesr worse, this developer is building on the corner of Aurora & William Street where the Briarwood Daycare Center is. The CEO needs to make sure he is meeting code on this project.

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    Quote Originally Posted by shortstuff View Post
    Yeah, well the CEO still is not helping those homeowners with their drainage issues which were created by the developer. So the homeowners paid out a tremendous amount of money by putting in pipes and creek beds. Now here is where the CEO has failed two homeowners on drainage, the developer put in the sump pumps to both homes and the pipes that are outside of the home where the water drains from the sump pumps go nowhere allowing the water to pond. They had drainage specialists out to help mitigate the problem. Again, homeowners paid $$ to redo the sump pump piping allowing it to flow freely to the lake. It is truly a mess. The CEO needs to take the time to inspect this developer. They are doing all kinds of things that are not to code. And to make mattesr worse, this developer is building on the corner of Aurora & William Street where the Briarwood Daycare Center is. The CEO needs to make sure he is meeting code on this project.
    There is an open drainage complaint at 473 Aurora of which you are speaking of and 174 Nichter
    https://www.lancasterny.gov/document...2018/file.html

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    Quote Originally Posted by gorja View Post
    There is an open drainage complaint at 473 Aurora of which you are speaking of and 174 Nichter
    https://www.lancasterny.gov/document...2018/file.html
    Really, ok I tried to open this but it won't open, so I'll try to figure out how to get into this. thx gorja..

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    Quote Originally Posted by gorja View Post
    There is an open drainage complaint at 473 Aurora of which you are speaking of and 174 Nichter
    https://www.lancasterny.gov/document...2018/file.html
    For some odd reason, gorja I cannot locate this complaint. It gives me the bylaws of this document.

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    Quote Originally Posted by shortstuff View Post
    For some odd reason, gorja I cannot locate this complaint. It gives me the bylaws of this document.
    I wonder why
    https://www.lancasterny.gov/document...2018/file.html


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    Quote Originally Posted by gorja View Post
    Thank you gorja. Design Works is basically Ferry Builders. I wondered what the issue is. We talk often about drainage situations that have occurred around the town throughout the years, but what we don't seem to have accomplished is how to fix it. I hope the CEO can get to the bottom of these issue, but mainly to address them with these developers that have had full rein to develop around the town without consideration as to the negative impact it may have long term. The town needs to have a firm handle on these developers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by shortstuff View Post
    Update, Another home has structural issues with their LVL's. The home is 3 years old, still falls under the 6 year warranty from NYS the statue of limitations requires the builder is fully responsible for the structural integrity of the home. Builder is waffling........
    When we look at the date, 2017 and note today 5/13/2019 draws us to the status of one particular home that still has not been addressed/remediated by the builder. In fact, on the vacant lot next to this home in question has the two LVL beams still on the ground which now has sat through all the inclement weather now since 2017. Why is that? The problem still exists

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