Too Much House of Cards

Too Much House of Cards

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Based on homeowners in Queensridge who have been reaching out to me, the Queensridge HOA has been taken over by desperate litigants trying to sacrifice the public good for their own personal benefit. While I hate to think a ’Select Few’ would lower themselves to such a selfish level, it’s getting very difficult finding evidence to the contrary. On January 31, an 8th District Court Judge ruled all their arguments without legal merit. Yet the HOA persists in continuing its vitriolic scorched-earth political attacks that …

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Yard Signs Available

Yard Signs Available

The yard signs are now ready for distribution. If you’d like one, sign up as a campaign volunteer and note your interest in a yard sign in the notes field.

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Calling Friends of Bob to Join the Campaign

Calling Friends of Bob to Join the Campaign

More Queensridge Litigant Sanctions

Last week, I posted a court order ending one of the two lawsuits against the development of the Badlands Golf Course. About a dozen homeowners there have been pursuing court delays while urging City Government to condemn the golf course, buy the land, and save their views.

The city attorney’s office says they have no case under the law, and they each initialed disclosures that they knew the golf course was not part of their purchase and that it had separate development rights. If if City …

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Queensridge Litigant Sanctions

Badlands update: last week, a District Court judge admonished Bob and Nancy Peccole in their lawsuit against development of the now-closed Badlands golf course. They were ordered to pay the developer over $80,000 for the developer’s legal fees. Some excerpts from the judge’s order:

“It was a misrepresentation by Plaintiffs to claim the land not subject to annexation or easement is impacted by the CC&R’s of the adjacent Queensridge CIC, when CC&Rs have no applicability to such land.” (paragraph 6 on p. 3)
“The Court therefore finds …

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