Organization asks court to change Ahwatukee Lakes Golf Course land-use regulations

The 101-acre Ahwatukee Lakes Golf Course has been closed since 2013 and owner True Life Com- panies wants to turn it into an “agrihood” with a farm, about 270 homes and other amenities.
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By Paul Maryniak | Ahwatukee Foothills News

The True Life Companies has turned to state Superior Court for help in changing the land-use regulations governing Ahwatukee Lakes Golf Course.

Ahwatukee Lakes homeowners fighting for restoration of the course said the company is raising a white flag in its effort to win their neighbors’ votes to change the site’s covenants, conditions and restrictions.

A True Life executive said that its campaign for homeowner approval will continue. But he also said it’s time for a court to rule that “nobody is going to spend the necessary money to try to operate a stand-alone golf course on the property when it will fail again economically.”


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