Judge to Gee: Have course running or pay millions

By Paul Maryniak | Ahwatukee Foothills News

Owner Wilson Gee’s company must pay $3.5 million in cumulative penalties if he does not have an 18-hole Ahwatukee Lakes Golf Course and all amenities restored and ready for duffers by Aug. 31, 2022, a Superior Court judge decreed on Monday.

In a blistering and detailed 24-page opinion, Judge Theodore Campagnolo set three deadlines with accompanying penalties for Gee to meet in order to end two homeowners’ six-year legal fight to reopen the course he closed in 2013.

The judge ruled Gee’s company, ALCR, must pay $500,000 if he has not finished design and other pre-construction work by June 21, fork over another $1 million if construction has not started by Sept. 1, 2021, and cough up another $2 million if the course is not open a year from that date.

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