Resident warns of water crisis (NV)

“The Nevada Supreme Court has smacked the county and the Jobs Peak developer with a decision that could turn a difficult situation into chaos,” Maxwell said on Thursday. “Due to the Supreme Court decision, Jobs Peak Ranch is in limbo. The county is unable to collect fees for connection or water use.”   Read the article……….


Related Articles

HOA’s management company is not the board’s boss (NV)

Q: I am on the board of directors of a small homeowners association (less then a 100 units). We are

Joan Rivers, condo board head back to court to evict feisty squatting tenant (NY)

Rivers and the rest of the Upper East Side residence’s board says Elizabeth Hazan, who owes $200,000, has created a

Shawmut Properties of Haverhill guilty of stealing money from condo associations

Almost a year and a half after their indictment by an Essex grand jury, two executives of a Haverhill-based property