Zoning lawsuit could be coming to close (KS)

Bill Lusk, who owns the land that was re-zoned for the apartments, was asked to submit control over the HOA to the homeowners themselves, forgiving an estimated $1.5 million of debt accrued by the HOA mostly due to development costs.  Read the article………..


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