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SCHOA sets meetings for Sun City residents

Posted 4/24/17

By Rusty Bradshaw

Independent Newsmedia

The Sun City Home Owners Association has two meetings on tap early this week for Sun City residents.

The first meeting, at 10 a.m. today, Monday, …

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SCHOA sets meetings for Sun City residents

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By Rusty Bradshaw
Independent Newsmedia

The Sun City Home Owners Association has two meetings on tap early this week for Sun City residents.

The first meeting, at 10 a.m. today, Monday, April 24 at Sundial Recreation Center, 14801 N. 103rd Ave., will feature discussion about community conditions, covenants and restrictions. The workshop is jointly sponsored by SCHOA and the Sun City Condo Owners Association.

SCHOA offers CC&R workshops on a regular basis. COA officials joined this session because the majority of concerns addressed at past workshops concerned condo association issues.

The second SCHOA meeting is the regular board meeting for the organization. That meeting is set 9 a.m. tomorrow, Tuesday, April 25 in the main meeting room at the SCHOA office, 10401 W. Coggins Drive.

The SCHOA board will conduct regular business, including reports from organization managers, the board president and committee chairs.

The agenda also includes a portion allowing residents to express their concerns.