Sudden Valley (WA) residents split over big dues increase

Leaders in this private community are asking property owners on a Nov. 7 ballot to pay a large dues increase for much-needed repairs and to get serious about routine maintenance.  Mitch Waterman, who stepped into a management position at the Sudden Valley Community Association in September 2014, said the increase — as much as 48 percent for owners of developed lots — is needed because past administrations neglected even the most basic upkeep.  Read the article………….


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