By Jen Fifield |Arizona Republic
When people move to Sun City, they expect wide-open streets buzzing with golf carts, recreation centers for the retired and tranquil lake views.
They don’t picture a bunch of children running around on a pontoon boat out on the water, said Jim Hunter, president of the Sun City Homeowners Association.
“That’s not why people move here,” Hunter said.
That’s what he says the 55-and-over community is facing, though, as more people begin renting their houses to families and others under the age restriction for short stints through websites such as Airbnb.