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Irrigation Water

Gilbert, AZ: (Jan-28-08) The Coronado Ranch Homeowners Association (HOA) brought charges against the Higley Unified School District in December 2006, alleging that an arrangement it inherited from California-based builder, Cooper & Cooper Development, let the district take irrigation water from the community well without paying. The HOA claimed that the district's water usage cost homeowners about $12,000 a year and argued the agreement was unfair to residents. Sources stated that if repairs or other maintenance needed to be made, the homeowners would have to pay even more.

Sources close to the case said that the parties had reached a settlement agreement, in which Gilbert community no longer has to let Higley Unified School District dip into its well for free irrigation water. Additionally, the district's governing board agreed to pay $19,500 to the Coronado Ranch Homeowners Association to settle the year-old lawsuit. [ARIZONA CENTRAL: WELL WATER]

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Published on Jan-30-08


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