HOA breathes life into dying tennis courts (AZ)

When a combination of environment and age give an HOA both a failing and failed tennis court, there is only one option.  Well, technically there are three — but only one that completely solves the problem.  That’s why the Villages of Green Valley spent nearly two years debating and saving more than $100,000 to repair one court and turn the other into four Pickleballs courts.    Read the article…………….


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