Money owed by residents trickles into Granite Shoals street fund

Money owed by residents trickles into Granite Shoals street fund

The city of Granite Shoals has collected a little more than 10 percent of assessment fees and street liens owed since the 1980s.

City Manager Jeff Looney told the City Council during its March 9 meeting that $46,869.67 has been collected out of $400,000 owed.

The city mailed about 1,200 letters to residents who owed assessment fees to the Sherwood Shores Trust Fund and to property owners who have street liens.

“It’s always important,” Looney said of collecting the money. “When you have roughly $400,000 sitting out there, any of those that will be paid off, all of that money benefits the citizens of Granite Shoals. It goes in the coffer of the streets. It’s…

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