By Rusty Bradshaw | Yourvalley.net
Sun City Home Owners Association officials’ plans to revise the community covenants, conditions and restrictions is not gone nor forgotten.
“The (coronavirus) pandemic has significantly delayed our efforts to amend the CC&RS, but it has not changed our view that such efforts are needed and in the best interest of the homeowners in Sun City,” Jim Hunter, SCHOA board president, stated in an email.
Going into 2020, SCHOA officials had planned to gather information from residents, including a door-to-door campaign. But the effort was slowed somewhat as Mr. Hunter dealt with family issues relating to the January death of his mother in Oklahoma. However, SCHOA matters continued under the leadership of George Courtot, SCHOA vice president.