Hidden Pointe Lawsuit Placed on Hold
New HOA Board Elected
The Castle Pines North Master Association, Metro District, and Parks Authority have put further action in the Hidden Pointe lawsuit on hold pending the formation of a new HOA board in the Hidden Pointe subdivision.
As of press time, the Hidden Pointe HOA had just held a special meeting to fill vacancies on the HOA board (see related story ) Two previous Hidden Pointe board members resigned in June, and the term had expired for the third board member.
“It will take time for the new Hidden Pointe board to get established,” said Linda Nuzum, president of the CPN Master Association. “We hope to continue our efforts to negotiate and reach an amicable solution for both parties.”
In September, 2003, the Hidden Pointe HOA filed a lawsuit against the CPN Master Association. The suit claims Hidden Pointe residents should not be obligated to pay dues to the Master Association as stipulated in contracts developed between the two parties in 1999.