reports that “frustration is mounting in the Riverstone community in Sugar Land, where residents are facing more than a feral hog nuisance. They are facing a burden and possibly a danger.”

Residents woke up to torn up yards and have asked for help from their HOA. Jaime Villegas, the Riverstone general manager says they cannot trap the hogs because “The traps can’t be placed on non-HOA property, which is where these hogs are coming in.” “On HOA property, they would have to be pre-baited, so that would have the hogs come into your neighborhoods first. So it’s a catch-22 on that.”

According to ABC13,  the HOA says it added 12,000 feet of fence last year and each year the hogs are costing the community more than $100,000.

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