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  • Jackson Hole Winery Shut Down By HOA Rules To Stay Closed, Judge Says (WY) June 6, 2024
    The Jackson Hole Winery’s attempt to reopen a lawsuit that had culminated in an order putting it out of business failed last week when a judge upheld the HOA rules that shut the business down when neighbors complained about it.   Read the article…………………………….
  • Neighbors Got Jackson Hole Winery Shut Down With HOA Rules But Winery Fighting Back (WY) May 22, 2024
    A couple living near the Jackson Hole Winery has gotten the winery shut down by alerting a state judge that its commercial activities fall outside the regulations of the area’s homeowners association.  Winery owner Bob Schroth, however, said he and his family are trying one last-ditch effort to keep the winery running on their Jackson home property.   Read the article…………………………….
  • Georgetown Lake homeowners seek resolution to road controversy (WY) April 23, 2024
    Homeowners along a critical road on Georgetown Lake say they are hoping a solution is reached soon to a controversy over maintenance.  The Granite County Commission recently voted to halt all maintenance of the 3.1-mile-long Lakeshore Road, effective June 1, and the Forest Service says they are not authorized to maintain it for residential use.   Read the article…………………………….
  • Resident seeks responsive HOA for Greens at Wyoming April 19, 2024
    Residents of The Greens at Wyoming are attempting to get control of their neighborhood after they say their concerns have been ignored by an out-of-state homeowners association.  The neighbors have a list of complaints: Most of the roads in the development — established in 2005 — remain unfinished, with sewer lids sitting high above the pavement. Plus, there has been no landscaping done, a promised playground was never built, and the ditches in the area are not maintained.     ...
  • Bill To Protect Small Wyoming Home Day Cares From HOAs Moves To Senate February 29, 2024
    The Wyoming Senate is contemplating a proposed law defining small home day cares as “residential” so that homeowners associations can’t ban them under a residential-only clause.  House Bill 126 would define home day cares with fewer than 10 kids as a residential property use.   Read the article…………………………….
  • Second Legacy Lodge case appealed to Wyoming Supreme Court February 9, 2024
    The Rafter J Ranch Homeowners Association is asking the Wyoming Supreme Court to overturn a lower court’s decision in a lawsuit over the future of the former Legacy Lodge building.  Monday’s appeal from HOA attorney Kevin Gregory marks the second case that has been taken to the high court regarding a 57-unit building in Rafter J.    Read the article…………………………….
  • Neither city nor county are responsible for Winchester Hills, 1st Filing roads (WY) October 11, 2023
    It is not the county’s or the city’s responsibility to maintain these roadways. This development was platted in 1979, and the final plat clearly states, “It will be the responsibility of the homeowners association to maintain the surfacing of the ‘paved roadways.'”   Read the article……………………………..

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