Posted by CotoBlogzz
Coto de Caza, Ca - Some six months ago I asked the CZ Master Association's president Xochit Yocham to consider sweeping house by firing James Harkins and Keystone Pacific. Why, You may ask?
|At least six perfectly healthy conifers have been taken down in a stretch less than 1/4 of a mile on Coto de Caza Dr. North of San Miguel.|
Keep in mind that Harkins, on multiple occasions, argued that the HOA, CZ Master Association was beyond the jurisdiction of local, regional, state and federal law, and he also that lawyers like himself, were also above the law - but not
Case Number: SHMV0038019
|Crews active on the North side of San Miguel|
|While some areas overcrowded, others remain barren|
|Trees cut down several years ago - area left barren: Multiple areas in Vista Del Verde|
while not too far, a couple of blocks away, after cutting trees, areas remain barren, roughly at the same time as when the other trees were planted in an already overcrowded area.
In fact, of all the trees I have observed, most are more alive that the majestic tree: http://cotobuzz.blogspot.com/2012/11/rip-majestic-coto-de-caza-oak-tree.htm that the association actively tried to kill, even though it was the Coto Golf Course's responsibility.
|Perfectly healthy conifer sentenced to death|