A group of Alpharetta lakefront homeowners who were ordered by the city to fund more than $1.9 million in repairs to the lake and dam again came up short in their effort to pass the expense along to more than 500 members of their homeowners’ association. 

Upholding a trial judge, the Georgia Court of Appeals said 16 lakefront homeowners in the upscale Glen Abbey subdivision, along with the HOA, were all obliged to equally divide the cost for the repairs and that expecting the rest of the 535 members to shoulder the burden would be “patently unfair.”

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