We will be discussing three main columns of action against the Smith Development (I actually prefer the term Over-development in that we are not against development of property, just overdevelopment):
1. Formally retaining the services of a land-use attorney to legally challenge the Smith Development;
a. Propose starting a legal defense fund based upon private donations from concerned residents as well as organizations to fight both the Smith Development as well as the downgraded “ditch” designation of the Amon Creek by KID and Smith in an attempt to circumvent State Law on setbacks and development restrictions;
2. Continued letter writing campaign to City Hall, newspaper, and City officials in opposition to the development combined with strong community attendance at any meetings where this is an agenda item;
3. Discussion with John Roden to acquire Willowbrook HOA rights to the land/easement over which Smith Development would be required to seek access to their property. Dan Rutherford has been in contact with Roden and hopefully will be able to report on Roden’s attitude toward a protective transfer to the HOA of property rights that would effectually block/reduce Smith’s ability to overdevelop the property.