By Kevin Reagan | Maricopa Monitor
After suggesting his neighborhood improve its lighting and sidewalks, a Maricopa man claims the response he got was a cease-and-desist letter from an attorney.
Jim Kahlstorf said he wasn’t surprised lawyers representing the Tortosa Homeowners Association sent him a letter this month asking him to stop submitting complaints about the neighborhood. That appears to be the association’s method for resolving matters, he said during an interview with PinalCentral.
In the letter, Tortosa told Kalhstorf the board believed it was keeping its common areas safe from all known and foreseeable dangers.
Kahlstorf said he’s had multiple heart surgeries and needs to walk every day. He was concerned some parts of Tortosa did not have sufficient lighting to alert residents of cracks in the sidewalk.