Enraged Retired City of Bridgeport
Supervisor filed a July 13, 2004 United
States Forestry Complaint about water
I was then contacted by a
representative of Petroplus Corporation to attend a meeting at the
rear of 113 Platinum Drive.
This was an odd request, as their Previous
City Planner; Rich Lane, had informed me never to contact him again
Two adjoining neighbors
attended, along with a small swarm of Petroplus employees.
A then agitated
Rich Lane stated that he did not
think he needed to bring counsel and that our land was worthless.
put forth a pre - post development
water drainage idea
At which time, neighbor
JD stated you cannot release water on another property owner. Rich kept stating the pre
- post development water idea.
(A scheme that later appeared in Platinum's
Terradon Engineering report of 2007).
JD then asked
if they surveyed the area to make sure the fence line was the property
line. The property line might not be an issue, as fence lines are
monumental markers only. Rich Lane then became unnerved.
Note: Within a few
years, a prominent arrives and views the
then upheavals. The American system would
not view this an issue between landowners,
nor the realm of attorneys. It was all a
construction issue that should have never
been allowed to occur. Now that is has, a
judge would simply have the fill removed and
the buildings torn down.
- 2003-2004 time period
stage, lot drainage was still trying to reach its designed outlet
drain. However the lot area was starting to "dip".
the direction of some of the drainage towards the guardrail /