Posted on Jun 3rd, 2022
The plaintiffs filed a motion for summary judgment and the HOA has filed a response and its own motion for summary judgment. A hearing will be held July 18th to hear oral arguments. The judge may rule in favor of either party, in which case the lawsuit will be over but an appeal would likely be filed. The judge may also deny both motions and determine that a trial is necessary. Watch your newsletters and this section of our website for updates.
Curbside Yard Debris Pick Up
Posted on Apr 6th, 2022
We are using curbside yard debris pick up instead of the large dumpster we used in previous years. The schedule is every Monday during May and June, then the first Monday of each month from July through November. This is for bagged pine needles, leaves, and other fine yard debris, not household waste or stumps or branches. On Sunday, put your bagged yard debris on your driveway next to the street. Your yard debris must be in bags and they cannot contain household trash.
2022 Social Events
Posted on Mar 8th, 2022
The Social Committee has announced its schedule for 2022. Check out the Shores Calendar pages for the details for the Ladies Luncheons, Yard Sale, Annual Meeting and BBQ, Chili-Cook-off, etc!
Posted on Feb 22nd, 2022
The owners of six rental houses in The Shores have filed a lawsuit in Navajo County Superior Court seeking to invalidate the Short Term Rental Restriction Amendment passed in February 2021 and which became effective on January 1st, 2022. The HOA has insurance to cover legal fees and our insurance company has appointed an attorney experienced in this type of case. It will most likely take 6 to 12 months to resolve in court. Watch here and in The Shores Newsletter for updates.
Short term rental CC&R amendment passes
Posted on Feb 26th, 2021
On Friday, February 26th, 2021, a CC&R amendment restricting rentals to a minimum of 30 days passed, and was signed and notarized. It becomes effective on January 1, 2022, allowing owners who rent their properties to honor rental commitments they have made during the succeeding 10 months. The process was long and, at times, contentious, but the community has made a decision. The board of directors hopes that everyone honors the decision and the community returns to the peaceful, friendly, private oasis we all want it to be.