Friday, May 19, 2006

What Happens in Fair Oaks, stays in Fair Oaks.

Following up on leads provided by Coto de Caza’s Fair Oaks district residents, we are hot on the trail of a $1.54 million building construction defect settlement negotiated by Thomas Miller (Newport Beach) between the sub-association and the insurance company representing the bankrupt builders. The trail led us to Fair Oaks property manager Villageways. Response from Villageway’s Lisa Terry? It is none of Coto de Caza resident’s business, and “the attorneys may say it is none of the media’s business”!

And what about Fair Oaks residents? “All I remember is a 1 page newsletter that the case was settled, the amount but I never saw details on how the money was disbursed nor did the few other people that I asked. I remember 2 homeowners stating they asked where the money went and was told it was confidential”

We should note that Terry called us back to ask if she could change her story to “no comment”. So, What Happens in Fair Oaks, Stays in Fair Oaks!

We do not make jokes, we simply watch the Coto de Caza Board of directors, the LA Trash and the Orange Crud Repository and report the facts

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