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RCSCW annual meeting slated June 22


As the fiscal year comes to an end June 30, the Recreation Centers of Sun City West annual meeting has been slated 9 a.m. Thursday, June 22 in the Social Hall, 19803 R.H. Johnson Blvd., Sun City West.

Postcards have been mailed to all Sun City West rooftops announcing the meeting and inviting Owner Members to attend.

In accordance with ARS 33-1804 and Association Bylaws, the agenda may be found at, 48 hours prior to the meeting.

The state law requires the notice be mailed to all residents, but residents are not required to attend. Community members are encouraged to attend, however, and ask the Governing Board any questions they have about the Association. Comments and suggestions also are welcome.

  1. To me this is senseless to have an important meeting like this when all the snowbirds are gone.You people obviously do not care about all the residents

  2. Multimedia says:

    And if we put off until fall the discussion and decision about the tennis courts and the petition which was circulated you might not like that decision either Dan. We do care, deeply, and we do our best on behalf of all residents to do the right thing.

  3. Julia Waxler says:

    I’m not sure where to put my thoughts so here they are! I think there is a plan for updating the entrance signs ro SCW at the Grand Ave. exits. I was not very impressed with the Bell Road renovations. To me, it wasn’t about the design of the wording on the sign, but the structure and surroundingsof the sign. I’d suggest some brick or stone work supporting the signs and no colored lights. Also, the WELCOME sign at Bell Road is in need of a better font, softer colors, and maybe palm trees, sunrise, or saguaros to enhance the feeling of the area. Regarding the Grand Ave. projects, could we work on an entrance enhancement not just a new sign? Just my thoughts. Let’s make them classier!

  4. Multimedia says:

    Hi Julia, thanks so much for writing and giving us your thoughts. The reason that the structure at Bell Road was not modified, instead adding paint and new lighted signage, was a zoning issue. If we were to attempt to remove the existing structure and rebuild, the issues with zoning and permits would have been insurmountable. That is not the case to such a degree at the other entrances to the community. All signage has been “refreshed” with paint at this time, but replacement of the signage at Meeker/Grand, RHJ/Grand and up on Deer Valley Drive is all budgeted to be replaced during the 2017/18 fiscal year. These signs will be designed and developed as new builds, the design is yet to be determined, but it will surely have a more modern feel, and perhaps brick or stone will be part of that. We will need certain approvals, such as from the railroad at RHJ/Grand, but it will be less cumbersome than structural changes at RHJ/Bell would have been. Thanks again for writing.

  5. Trish Rowe says:

    As a “snowbird”, a homeowner, a paying dues resident of sun city West, which I love incidentally, why is the annual meeting held when so many of us are not there to participate? Have asked this question before and always get the same answer! So change to a calendar year seems to me a reasonable solution.

  6. Multimedia says:

    Hi Trish, the reason you always “get the same answer” is because there is only one answer to why we hold our annual meeting in June. Our fiscal year runs July 1 through June 30 and the meeting is held at the end of that fiscal year. To change to a calendar year or move the dates at all would require a change in our Bylaws. To change the Bylaws of the Rec Centers of Sun City West, we would need the approval of every HOA in the community, and there are well over 100 of them. It’s just not feasible.

  7. Dudley Gubson says:

    Whoa, approval of every HOA would be required? I think not!
    The Board can change the ByLaws absent member objection, or the members by petition and community vote can change them!

  8. Multimedia says:

    You’re right Dudley, my mistake. This would involve a bylaw change, I was referring to CC&R’s.

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