Judge finds Lakes course owner defied restoration orders

The Ahwatukee Lakes Golf Course was described by Superior Court Judge John Hannah as a “moonscape,” and last week Judge Theodore Campagnolo held owner Wilson Gee’s company, ALCR, liable for contempt sanctions for failing to do anything about it.
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By Paul Maryniak | Ahwatukee Foothill News

The six-year legal battle between two Ahwatukee Lakes homeowners and golf course owner Wilson Gee’s company leaped toward a conclusion last week as a Superior Court judge held the firm in contempt of court for doing nothing to restore the site.

In a blistering ruling made from the bench after more than five hours of testimony and argument, Superior Court Judge Theodore Campagnolo set a Sept. 1 hearing on sanctions against ALCR after finding it ignored three separate orders to return golf to the 101-acre site.

Attorney Tim Barnes told the judge he wants the company to pay $10,000 or $15,000 for each of the 202 homes abutting the golf course – a total of $2.02 million or $3.03 million.

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