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Man accused of pick-axe assault, urinating in gas tank in Home Owner Association Dispute (WY)

A Natrona County man has been arrested after it was alleged that he assaulted another man with weapons including a pickaxe and a spade shovel; following a dispute between home owners.  According to Natrona County Sheriff’s Office reports, 45-year-old Wade

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Neighborhood seeks help with mailbox traffic concerns (WY)

For residents of the HR Ranch subdivision, there’s plenty to like about where they live.  Located to the south and east of Cheyenne proper, the residents of HR Ranch enjoy large lots and wide-open vistas, but are still just a

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Condo complex near Holliday Park catches fire (WY)

A fourth-floor resident of the complex told the Wyoming Tribune Eagle on scene that workers were finishing up a new roof on the structure.  Ken Albright said fire alarms went off, prompting residents to evacuate using the stairways, which were

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Council to consider replat for Douglas Golf Course (WY)

Douglas Planning and Zoning Commission recommended that the city council approve a subdivision application splitting the Douglas Golf Course into two separate lots, though some neighbors objected to the idea.

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2 hospitalized after Wyoming condo fire

Two adults were hospitalized for smoke inhalation after a basement fire that spread to other condominiums in the Palmer Hills development Wednesday night.    Read the article………..

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Suit could bring foreclosure on $7 million of land (WY)

A dispute with the Spring Creek Homeowners’ Association could lead to foreclosure on millions of dollars worth of property if the association has its way in court.     Read the article………….

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Copperleaf dispute settled (WY)

The county and Copperleaf have settled their legal dispute about water use at the Wapiti subdivision, and claims on both sides have been dismissed. An order of dismissal without prejudice was submitted last month for the county’s case against Copperleaf

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Governance Guidelines

There are basic expectations that apply to virtually any common-interest community. With this in mind, the Center for Community Association Volunteers developed the Community Association Governance Guidelines – 12 principles that can help association board members increase harmony, reduce conflict

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Community Association Fundamentals

Each common-interest community has its own history, personality, attributes and challenges, but all associations share common characteristics and core principles. CAI developed the Community Association Fundamentals to foster a better conceptual understanding of how associations function and the roles of

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