We just received a message from someone who lives on the Silverstone Golf Course in Las Vegas. I’m posting it with their permission. They were commenting on the recent “open house” where the developer’s representative talked about the proposed fence around the entire golf course.
Golf Course Fencing Plans? Really?
Incredible … let’s see what happens with this deal. They say the GC owner will contact each homeowner with a ‘c’ next to it … seems more like a way to contact and intimidate individual homeowners to me. Sorry, but this is not just a property line dispute, it’s a ‘legal jab’ at the beginning of a long fight. They have a long history to learn from.
In Escondido, they did the same thing in 2013…
“Around the same time the fence was being constructed, Stuck in the Rough commissioned an engineering survey to exactly define the property’s boundaries. The survey results allegedly found that numerous homeowners had walls or landscaping that encroached onto former golf-course property.
The company then sent letters through their attorney to about 64 residents who had property adjacent to its property, threatening legal action if the encroachments were not removed within one week of the date of the letter.
In the letter, the company threatened to cloud the titles of homeowners, possibly preventing sale of their home, if not immediately removed. The deadline given to homeowners was in some cases before they received the letter.
Many of the encroachments were small borders or walls that allegedly encroached only a few inches or a few feet. Richard Sheeders, a 93-year-old WWII vet, was told that his four-inch-wide embedded concrete garden divider extended onto the company’s property by about a foot.”
These carpetbaggers are scum, they destroy communities, and can not be trusted… sorry.
Hope San Ramon stands strong …
They tried fencing Silverstone and lost, same thing at Rancho Mirage before they blackmailed them and conned them into folding…
It always helps to learn the lessons of the past!
Good Luck Folks