Posted on November 9, 2015 by ArrowCreekTruth
We all, each and every one of us, bought into a golf community when we purchased our homes. That fact was disclosed to us in our purchase documents. Our community was created and soon became, and still can remain, one of the premier places to live in northern Nevada. The community is somewhat removed from the beaten path and offers us an opportunity to live somewhat removed from the hustle and bustle of Reno proper. We all can just walk or bicycle or drive a golf cart to each other’s homes, to the clubhouse for dinner Saturday nights, or around the circle to enjoy the views.
Whatever the developer did to create hard feelings in the past is past. Good-bye forever! We must look to the future to start unifying and healing this community. The Club is reaching out to the residents by offering residents and their guests opportunities without being members of the Club to enjoy Saturday night dinners, community events like the art show this weekend, the HOA Holiday party, and letting the HOA use the club house for HOA meetings. They also offer both social and golf memberships, beautiful wedding sites and party options.
Why can’t we all enjoy these opportunities and enjoy all of ArrowCreek? On Saturday, why drive to another venue for dinner when we have a beautiful dining spot here? We say buy local, so why don’t all of us look at what we have right here and enjoy it? Buying the golf course land gives us all the sense of ownership and control over that asset to provide a sense of unity since we all will be in control of the beautiful area we live in.
Harold and Sherry Albright
ArrowCreek 411 Response:
Nope! We did not ALL buy into a golf community at ArrowCreek. It was/is not an amenity! It was mentioned verbally but it is not in our purchase documents at all. We are original owners. It was an extra $60,000 to join. Not interested. Not needed. We moved here for the security, the view of the valley and the quiet.
Maybe the Albrights bought a house encumbered with a golf membership. Most of the ArrowCreek homes were not sold that way, if any others…
…and the sign offering Saturday night for non-members stopped inviting the non-members at the gate shortly after the club went private. I don’t think Saturday night is open to non-members any more.