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Old 11-01-2008, 03:30 PM
 
Location: Culebra/1604 area
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Me and my fiance have only been living in this area for under a year, but have never seen any tennis courts other than some in the new Stillwater Ranch subdivision. Are people who do not live there allowed to play there, or must you live in that area? I believe Taft has courts, but not sure of any others in this area. Any help?
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Old 11-01-2008, 03:45 PM
 
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Me and my fiance have only been living in this area for under a year, but have never seen any tennis courts other than some in the new Stillwater Ranch subdivision. Are people who do not live there allowed to play there, or must you live in that area? I believe Taft has courts, but not sure of any others in this area. Any help?
What's the worse that can happen if you play there? The property manager comes along and ask: "Excuse me, do you live here and if not, you going have to leave the property." Are they even going to ask people that question in fear of offending the actual residents? What are the chances that they will sue you for tresspassing?
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Old 11-02-2008, 06:42 PM
 
Location: San Antonio
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What's the worse that can happen if you play there? The property manager comes along and ask: "Excuse me, do you live here and if not, you going have to leave the property." Are they even going to ask people that question in fear of offending the actual residents? What are the chances that they will sue you for tresspassing?
Great idea. I often see persons from other communities use the park in our community.

Unless they require a pass key to enter the tennis courts.
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