October 19, 2020 at 2:18 pm #11218Randy PanekKeymaster
REPORT TO THE MEMBERSHIP – EH SPARKS TRIAL DECISION UPDATE
Reported October 18th, 2020
On September 17th, 2020, Association counsel received an email from county counsel that the DeMonte Family Trust had filed a Road Maintenance Request with Jefferson County Public Works Department on September 9th.
On September 18th, 2020 Association counsel sent a letter to the Jefferson County Commissioners and Public Works Director condemning and requesting denial of the application. That same day, Ed Trompke, counsel for the Allen Trust (Anderson parcel), Fuchs and Brant’s notified counsel for the DeMonte Trust that entry into land owned by his client would be considered trespassing and would seek legal action. Association concurred with Mr. Trompke’s notice and responded as well.
On September 25th, the trial court ruled for the Plaintiff on our September 1st Objection to Defendant Jefferson Counties Statement of Cost and Disbursements. The award was a little over $300.
Counsel for the Allen Trust, Fuchs and Brant’s worked with Association counsel in preparing the Road Vacation Petition to be filed in Jefferson County. On Friday, October 2nd the Petition was filed with Jefferson County Board of Commissioners. The Petition requested that the alleged EH Sparks road be vacated on the Allen Trust, Fuchs, and Brant’s properties. On Friday, October 16th, the Association filed a Petition requesting vacation of the alleged road on the Three Rivers common area known as SW Lakeview Drive from the intersection at the memorial wall to its termination at Lake Billy Chinook.
Since September 1st, Associations counsel continues to work with appellate court on finalizing the court transcripts as well as resolving the appellate settlement conference program issue.
Further information will be provided when available. Updates and filings can be found on the Three Rivers Website at http://www.3rrec.com.
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