Deed restrictions governing the defunct Ahwatukee Lakes Golf Course cannot be used to force owner Wilson Gee to rebuild it because they only forbid certain developments and don’t require anything, his lawyer told the Arizona Court of Appeals.
The next time you throw something out your car window – especially a cigarette butt – when you drive down the freeway, think of it as throwing money away.
It seems a bit out of Alice in Wonderland.
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I was born and raised in Tempe Arizona and I graduated from Marcos de Niza High School in 2002. I studied economics and statistics at Arizona State University and afterwards, I served as a Senior Firefighter and Incident Commander Type‐5 with USFS Cave Creek Fire Department.
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