Neighborhood Outreach

We are seeking to revitalize our property. While visioning for its future use, we conducted a robust program of neighborhood outreach by hosting a series of meetings with the neighborhood – both formally and informally – in large group and small group settings. Some of these meetings occurred on:

  • March 22, 2011
  • March 23, 2011
  • September 22, 2011
  • September 29, 2011

Additionally, we went door to door beginning in November 2010 and sent mailings to the neighborhood seeking to commence a meaningful and productive dialogue about our redevelopment goals.

During this process, we offered the neighborhood a series of good faith and generous proposals that included: (1) a 3.3 linear mile private park to serve as both a landscape buffer and amenity; (2) a generous financial package; and (3) an offer to pay for the services of an attorney to review the documents necessary to ensure the enforceability of our promises.

Notwithstanding this good faith outreach, the neighborhood rejected these proposals without as much as a legitimate counter-proposal.

Because our extensive and protracted good faith efforts to amicably resolve our neighbors' concerns were unsuccessful, we have turned to the Courts to clarify our property rights so that we can invigorate this great property which is currently sitting stagnant.



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