Sun City HOA Draws Objections Over New Golf Course Costs

A controversy is growing in Sun City Texas over whether residents should have to pay an extra $241,000 per year from their homeowners fees for taxes and insurance for the community’s three golf courses and the salary of an operations director.

The developer, Pulte Homes, had been paying the taxes and insurance costs for the golf courses, but Sun City’s community association board voted in November to switch the costs to the homeowners.

More than 600 residents of the retirement community near Georgetown attended a meeting Thursday organized by Byron Raynie, a resident who is organizing a protest of the association’s decision. The association’s decision violates a 2008 legal agreement in which the developer agreed to pay for any losses in the operational costs of the golf courses, he said.

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