Aspen Heights Installs Temporary Fence

By: David Coy
By: David Coy

ROCKINGHAM COUNTY -- One student apartment complex is now adding a temporary fence around its buildings with the hope of cracking down on partying.

Aspen heights finished putting up a temporary fence just a few hours ago. The complex worked with near by neighborhoods and Rockingham County. Aspen Heights was designed to be a gated community but because of the utility construction the complex wasn't able to put in a fence before opening.

"Because there were people who were using that as a back entrance into the property, the fence that will go up will have to have a gate that will be operational by the emergency units that will respond. At this time they will have to get out and manually move the fence to get in," said Rockingham County Administrator Joe Paxton.

Paxton said the temporary fence can be up 60 to 90 days. After that the complex will have to finish it's original fence.


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