City, not golf course owner, started water problem, Club West leader says (AZ)

Golf-course owner Wilson Gee is forced to use potable city water to irrigate the course because he has no other source of water, such as reclaimed water, which generally costs a fraction of drinking water.  Gee says that he can’t afford the $700,000 annual water bill and has been cutting back on watering the course, prompting a lawsuit by the Club West Homeowners Association board. The board says the water cutback is ruining the course and that Gee is violating his land-use agreement with the HOA.     Read the article……………


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