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Club West group challenges HOA board

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By Paul Maryniak | Ahwatukee Foothills News

The failed attempt by four investors to begin an approval process for 162 houses on the Club West Golf Course has given birth of a nonprofit group of homeowners that is challenging the HOA board’s handling of the beleaguered site.

The Club West Conservancy, an incorporated organization of about 30 retired and active executives and professionals who own homes in the community, contends the board violated state statutes and the homeowners association’s covenants, conditions and restrictions in a way that made it possible for the investors to even submit their ill-fated plan.

Stressing they are seeking “to identify long-term sustainable solutions to the current issues facing the” course, the Conservancy’s lawyer last week delivered a letter to the HOA board demanding it retract a secretly made amendment to the CC&Rs governing the golf course.


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