By Rusty Bradshaw | YourValley.net
The Sun City Home Owners Association began in earnest the process of making changes to the community’s covenants, conditions and restrictions.
The agency board of directors approved a plan to commit funds to the effort and its CC&R Review Committee will now develop a strategy to move forward. Part of that strategy will be deciding just how SCHOA officials will convince at least 51 percent of about 17,500 property owners to approve the changes.
CC&R changes were prompted last year when residents complained about large detached garages being built in multiple neighborhoods. Tom Wilson, SCHOA general manager, said he has wanted CC&R revisions for years because the current document has some sections that are unenforceable.