Parents were annexed into their town and now
posted 9 months ago
Parents were annexed into their town and now are required to pay $31,000 in two weeks or $35,000 plus interest over 20 years to be hooked up to city sewer. Is this something they can seek legal help on?
My parents live in Montana, USA. The subdivision they live in was recently annexed into town, against the residents wishes. (Like at town hall they had 50 people come in to plead not to be added, which was ignored) Everyone in this subdivision has a septic tank and they’ve just received letters from the city saying they are going to be hooked up to city sewer at the home owners expense.
Is this something they can fight? Do they have any legal recourse? If so, what type of attorney should they speak with?