Local HOAs consider paying for their own road repairs

Two Green Valley HOAs have expressed interest in learning more about retaining their property values by fixing deteriorating county roads in their neighborhoods using their own money.  They’re the first to indicate to the Green Valley Council that they may consider fixing their road problems years sooner than Pima County could.  Three HOAs on the county’s north side have formed CIDs — county improvement districts — in which individual neighborhoods or a group of them would raise the funds to have the county supervise road work more quickly, GVC President Don Weaver said.    Read the article…………


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