OPINION

Keep children out of Sun City

Posted 11/9/22

No, no to allowing any more breaking the age limit of 55 in Sun City.

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OPINION

Keep children out of Sun City

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No, no to allowing any more breaking the age limit of 55 in Sun City.

It is bad enough that the investors have already destroyed the beauty of Sun City with the short-term rentals, they are getting rich off our peace and quiet.

I am disappointed in the Sun City Home Owners Association in allowing even opening the gate to the first one.

Is that how Youngtown originated? Breaking the rules, so the stone goes.

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