Boone emails Pinebrook’s attorney wanting to know what the HOA would be willing to accept for a multi-family development on its property.

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Boone emails Pinebrook’s attorney wanting to know what the HOA would be willing to accept for a multi-family development on its property.

 

From: Jeffery A. Boone 
Sent: Friday, May 11, 2018 9:31:57 AM
To: Dan Lobeck
Cc: City Council; Lori Stelzer; Heather Taylor
Subject: RE: Pinebrook Park, LLC

Dan:
 
Following up on our discussion at Venice City Hall immediately after the public hearing (our client appreciates very much the fact that you approached me after the meeting), our client would be very interested in hearing from you as to what the HOA would be willing to accept for a multi-family development on its property.  As I have not heard anything from you in that regard, I thought I would not let the week end without reaching out.  (I realize your client is an Association, so being able to have something to communicate to us in one or two days may be unrealistic).
 
As you know, our client has been willing, and has tried over the past two years, to discuss with the HOA what alternatives to his plan would be acceptable to the Pinebrook residents, but it just hasn’t worked out.  Please understand that my client is not ascribing any blame to either side for this – for whatever reason the two sides have not been able to come together.  This is the juncture, however – before anyone has to head off to court – to see if a compromise can be reached.
 
Please be sure to communicate to your client that the property owner is willing to discuss all issues pertinent to the proposed development (density, height, setbacks, landscaping, etc.).  We are not, however, in a position to delay the May 22nd City Council public hearing, so the sooner we can hear from your client, the better the chances are that we can find a compromise to which both sides are agreeable.
 
I am replying to your last email to the City on this matter, so all of the same persons will receive a copy (except for your client, HOA President Holly Laird).  It might be best, however, if any further emails on the possibility of compromise would be just between the parties (us) and not everyone else, but I will leave that up to you.  I, on behalf of my client, will proceed in any fashion you choose.
 
Thanks in advance for your assistance with this matter.  Again, my client very much looks forward to any potential compromise which is acceptable to both parties.
 
Regards,
 
Jeff
 
Jeffery A. Boone, Esq. 



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