ARIZONA – Trying to close enforcement gap: Condos live under own rules; compliance mixed

arizona.newszap.com:  Trying to close enforcement gap: Condos live under own rules; compliance mixed
March 4, 2015
By Rusty Bradshaw
Independent Newsmedia, Inc. USA
SUN CITY, Ariz. — Sun City resident Richard LeBass looks across the street from his condominium property and sees a neighboring property in poor shape.
He has talked to the owner about cleaning it up, but is rudely rebuffed, even when reminded there are codes, covenants and restrictions that regulate how properties should be kept in the community.
“He tells me it is his property and he can do what he wants with it,” Mr. LeBass said.
Mr. LeBass’s neighbor is known to the two community property associations — Sun City Home Owners Association and the Sun City Condominium Owners Association.
“I’ve been over there to talk to him about it, but he saw me coming and told me to get off his property,” said Sam Estok, COA board president. “And that was the end of that.”
While he mentioned no direct dealings with Mr. LeBass’s neighbor, the situation is familiar to Tom Wilson, SCHOA general manager. It is not an isolated case. Read more:

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