Judge slaps Club West board, stops any vote

By Paul Marynak | Ahwatukee Foothills News

Citing “serious questions” surrounding the Club West HOA board’s secret assumption of the golf course’s land-use rights, a Superior Court judge on Monday stopped it from asking homeowners to vote this year on an investor group’s plan to turn the site into a park with houses.

In a stinging criticism of the board’s assumption of the course’s declarant rights, Superior Court Judge Daniel Kiley granted the Club West Conservancy’s request for a preliminary injunction until a trial, tentatively set for February.

That trial is on the Conservancy’s assertion that any plan to use the site for anything else but golf must have 75 percent of homeowners approve it.

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