Read New Alpine Heights Contract Carefully Before Accepting

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Editor:

Let me first say that we have a very wonderful, well-maintained neighborhood in Alpine Heights.

Before you enter your vote on the new contract (CCRs), read this new contract carefully. Never before has the homeowners association had the capability of putting a lien on your property, other than for not paying your dues. With the new proposed CCRs, if you should not comply with the rules set forth in this contract, the board, in effect, may cause a lien to your property. Our neighborhood has survived all the prior years without the need for this type of lien action.

The prior CCRs have not caused anyone from building very nice homes in Alpine Heights, property values are as high as they have ever been, and homes are well-maintained. So, why do we need a lien process now?

I sincerely hope that we all remain healthy and financially secure in order to keep our property up, but one never knows what lies in the future. I, for one, will not be voting for the new proposal.

Don Shores, Alpine Heights

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