Nonprofit seeks restraining order against Club West HOA

Paul Maryniak | Ahwatukee Foothills News

The fight that pits scores of Club West homeowners against their HOA board and the new owners of the golf course intensified this week as the nonprofit that opposes homes on the ravaged site asked a judge to stop any further efforts to advance a plan for the property until at least October.

The Club West Conservancy asked Superior Court Judge Daniel Kiley on Monday to grant a temporary restraining order preventing the HOA board and the course owners from trying to put a new proposal for the site’s development up for a homeowners vote until at least October, when the judge has scheduled a hearing on a longer ban pending a possible trial next year.

A hearing on the request that was to be held July 6 was postponed after Club West’s lawyer fell ill. Lawyers and the judge were to meet later this week to discuss a new date.

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