Wed
Jan 9 2008
05:04 pm

Does anyone have this? Or send me a pdf file of it, since it is a public document. I would like to take a read for myself instead of being fed by anybody else as to what it says.

If it is ambiguous as to what the deal was between Prestige and Harriman, I can understand Kirkham's point. I also understand that Harriman can't legally borrow money to help a private development and a contract based on that would have questionable legality.

And frankly, I have problems with the public road and utilities for Lowes alone costing anywhere near that amount.

If Harriman got snookered by Prestige in a fair deal, so be it. Lesson learned. If Harriman was put in the position of unwittingly paying for earth moving well beyond the scope of a public road and that enhanced a private development...I'd say it's Lawsuits at 20 paces.

The contracts and the invoices should tell the story. Lay it out on the table, shake hands, and settle up, which ever way it goes, and Please...Keep it out of the courts.

Looks like they're in the process of doing just that...

"Lay it out on the table, shake hands, and settle up, which ever way it goes, and Please...Keep it out of the courts."

Below is pasted directly from RCN Online OpEd (link...)

Talks between developers and Harriman good

We have been glad to hear from both sides of the Harriman-Pinnacle Pointe audit issue that they are willing to sit down and talk — and soon.

It is an issue that needs to be worked out, and if the Pinnacle Pointe developers have new information, it needs to be shared.

This stalemate needs to be addressed and this is a good first step.

RB

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