Club West Update: 24 July 2020

Club West Update: 24 July 2020

Here is what The Park at Club West team has been working on this week. We intend to update you each week and always welcome your input, ideas, and suggestions to improve and enhance our efforts.

If you feel we are missing anything, please advise and we will incorporate it into the next update. Or if you disagree with something you read please let us know at www.theparkatclubwest.com.

* The President of the Club West Conservancy (CWC), Matt Tyler, accepted an invitation to meet with the Advisory Group on Tuesday, July 21, 2020.

A copy of this invitation is available here: TheParkAtClubWest.com/invitation-cwc-advisory-group.

The CWC believes a fully restored 18-Hole Championship Golf Course at Club West is an attractive investment and in the best interest of all the Homeowners. Community land Solutions, on behalf of The Edge, has agreed to facilitate the potential investment by the CWC or any other properly vetted operator.

The statement of efforts and findings, including initial, common sense vetting parameters, will be published by CLS at TheParkAtClubWest.com/final-opportunity-restoration.

*Take a look at our first advertisement in the recent issue of the Ahwatukee Foothills News.

*Look for an upcoming guest column from Club West resident Chris and Pamela Henrichsen in the Ahwatukee News regarding collaboration and new efforts at Club West.

*Summaries of Advisory Group meetings are available at www.theparkatclubwest.com

*Relevant media coverage this on the emerging revitalization plan at Club West included the Williston Observer and Ahwatukee Foothills News. See below to read the full stories.

Williston Observer: http://www.willistonobserver.com/golf-course-redevelopment-receives-initial-approval/

Ahwatukee Foothills News: https://www.ahwatukee.com/news/article_002b4514-c547-11ea-84dd-af6f5828f83b.html

*Plans to clean up the entire Club West course commenced this week. Trash and weeds, some of which are more than 6 inches high, will be removed. Dead plants will also be taken out by maintenance crews hired by the new owners. The entire course property will be cleaned up.

*The Park at Club West Facebook page is now live! If you have not already visited our website, please follow the links below and check it out. And remember to encourage your friends to follow and like us on social media. We continue to grow our social media footprint.

Club West Update: 20 July 2020

Club West Update: 20 July 2020

This is the first of what we hope will be many weekly updates on efforts and progress being undertaken by The Park at Club West. And always, we welcome your input, ideas, and suggestions to improve and enhance our efforts.

Items are not listed in any necessary order. If you feel we are missing anything, please advise and we will incorporate it into the next update. Or if you disagree with something you read please let us know at www.theparkatclubwest.com.

*This week’s media coverage on the emerging revitalization plan at Club West included the Phoenix Business Journal, Ahwatukee Foothills News and AZ Big Media. See below to read the full stories.

Ahwatukee Foothills News: https://www.ahwatukee.com/news/article_002b4514-c547-11ea-84dd-af6f5828f83b.html

Business Journal

https://www.bizjournals.com/phoenix/news/2020/07/10/former-ahwatukee-golf-course-to-turn-into-homes-an.html

AZ Big Media

https://azbigmedia.com/real-estate/commercial-real-estate/here-are-the-revitalization-plans-for-club-west-golf-course-land/

*On July 16th, our team and members of the Advisory Group held a conference call with Bill Murphy, Assistant City Manager for the City of Scottsdale. The call was to discuss the redevelopment of the closed down Villa Monterrey golf course located in Scottsdale and transitioning the area into a park. Mr. Murphy discussed the challenges of a closed down course, working with neighbors on landscaping and other plans and best practices on hydro-seeding, planting trees and security.

*The Advisory Group has initiated a process by which to facilitate other participants and homeowners and possibly expand the group in order to utilize the skills and talents that are abundant in our community. The status quo is not an option. We want a positive and transparent process that turns a community challenge into a community asset.

*Summaries of Advisory Group meetings are available at  www.theparkatclubwest.com.

*Look for our first advertisement in an upcoming issue of the Ahwatukee news.

*Clean-up efforts are starting at the clubhouse and the course. Weeds, dead plants, and trash are being removed. Vandalism and graffiti are being addressed.

*The Advisory group agreed on a statement to the homeowners defining their actions and roles in the process. Click here to read the full statement.

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