Lakes Course case heading for yet another showdown

The Ahwatukee Lakes Golf Course was closed in 2013 and since 2014 its restoration has been fought out in court by two homeowners who sued owner Wilson Gee. / AFN

By Paul Maryniak | Ahwatukee Foothills News

The stage has now been set for yet another showdown in two homeowners’ 6-year-old fight to have the Ahwatukee Lakes Golf Course restored after their attorney asked the Arizona Supreme Court to the appeal filed by owner Wilson Gee and former owner The True Life Companies.

Attorney Tim Barnes last week urged the high court to turn down their request for a review of an Arizona Court of Appeals decision, calling the owners’ arguments “hollow.”

Barnes directed his 14-page argument top two points made by attorneys for Gee and True Life. They have argued that forcing the restoration of the course violated the U.S. Constitutional prohibition of slavery and that the appellate court misconstrued the meaning of Conditions, Covenants and Restrictions governing the 101-acre site.

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