Backers of preservation fee hike: Move needed to keep Sun City competitive

Sun cityBy Jeff Grant | Daily News-Sun

Proponents of a proposal to raise the community’s preservation and improvement fee say it is necessary to keep Sun City competitive with other retirement developments, especially newer ones.

The suggested $500 hike would raise funds to help complete a series of future upgrades to amenities considered vital to continuing to draw new residents and maintain or raise home values, backers said during the monthly member exchange with the Recreation Centers of Sun City board of directors at Lakeview Center Monday.

If approved by the 9-member board, the one-time fee charged to buyers on all new home purchases and transfers within the community would rise from $3,000 to $3,500.

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