Coto de Caza, CA - Just yesterday, we wrote about how the Coto de Caza HOA, The CZ Master Association manages dangerous curves in the community and today Coto de Caza Peter Panian Drivers trying to support our argument struck again! But wait. there is more, Lazy or Tight Fist Golfers almost cause an accident in the same place. This could not have happened, even if I had staged it.
Yesterday I described how a driver damaged a big chunk of the white fence just feet from the moronic "Caution Golfer" sign, and earlier today, a driver struck another chunk of the white fence, right at the corner of San Miguel and Coto de Caza Drive, on the east-bound side of San Miguel, justa few feet from the previous damage!
|4-way sign clearly marked on the asphalt and with stop signs at the four corners|
Keep in mind that the corner is clearly marked as a four-way stop and a 40 MPHspeed limit some 50 feet from the corner.
|Lazy, Stingy, Stupid, or all of the Above Golfers cross a dangerous street - car barely avoids the|
All the signs pint to another traffic fatality waiting to happen. We forecasted the previous three and only traffic fatalities, days before they happened, and we are concerned we may be right again!
Coto de Caza's HOA not under jurisdiction of state and or federal law: honorable John Flynn III
Coto de Caza, CA – The verdict is in, in the Small Claims Court trial 30-2012-00570806-SC-SC-HLH, held July 23, 2012, against the Coto de Caza Homeowners Association, otherwise known as CZ Master Association. In the case, it was alleged that the association not only failed to comply with Civil Code § 1365 but that it continues to claim it is beyond local, state and federal jurisdiction, The Honorable John L. Flynn III ruled that the HOA board of directors indeed is not under the jurisdiction of state and federal law. Sort of