Residents to voice opposition against Badlands golf course plan at Las Vegas meeting (NV)

Upward of 70 Queensridge residents are expected to attend a Tuesday meeting to express disapproval of a proposal to build more than 2,500 housing units on the nearby Badlands Golf Course, Queensridge homeowners association officials say.  Discord about the proposal has spurred two lawsuits, and neighbors have voiced concerns about everything from declining property values, view blockages and increased traffic to the project receiving special treatment at City Hall and a lack of due process.  Queensridge homeowners’ association board members Elaine Wenger-Roesener and Ron Iversen say the association has surveyed residents and found “overwhelmingly” people aren’t in favor of the proposal, and most aren’t on the golf course.      Read the article…………..


Related Articles

Condo residents to receive break on water billing (IL)

Residents of Munster’s five residential condominiums are likely to see their water bill decrease.  After hearing complaints from the residents

Court rules for county in $19.5 million Summerlin HOA tax case (NV)

The Nevada Supreme Court has sided with the Clark County assessor in a property tax dispute over the value of

Frisco (TX) Homeless Nonproft Agrees to Move After Getting Sued by Homeowners Association

In a heartwarming story about the triumph of property values over the human spirit, a Frisco homeowners association has finally