Moody’s challenger says his Timberwood sewage solution stinks

Two months after Precinct 3 Commissioner Grant Moody was sworn into office, his office received a request for help with a troubling problem. 

Kennedy Hatfield Asel, an attorney representing the Villas at Timberwood Homeowners Association in Moody’s Northside precinct, was seeking the county’s help with a failing septic system that had tormented residents for more than a decade. Sewage would regularly back up into the neighborhood in unincorporated Bexar County, causing homeowner association dues to skyrocket as residents scrambled for a solution.

As of Tuesday, the neighborhood’s outlook appeared much brighter when Moody’s office secured funding for a plan to address the septic problem — and perhaps solve a bigger wastewater contamination issue.

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