From: "Ronald Francis" <email@example.com>
Date: June 1, 2010 2:55:36 PM EDT
To: "Richard Rosenberg" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Subject: Tennis Court
It has just come to my attention that Beechwood (Gerry) has asked my client (SH 1 Board) for permission to build a tennis court on SH1 property as an amenity for the Shorehaven Community.
Notwithstanding assertions from Romski to the contrary, this has never been discussed with me or the Board, and was not part of any of the settlement agreement entered into between our clients.
Although the Board is NOT adverse to the tennis court being built, until basic information is provided by Beechwood regarding the proposed tennis court for the Board's consideration, Beechwood is prohibited from performing construction projects that fall outside the scope of the June 16, 2009 Stipulation of Settlement.
Prior to granting approval to construct a tennis court on SH1 property, the following information will need to be provided to the SH1 Board:
- Number of tennis courts being constructed;
- A topographical map depicting the site of the proposed tennis court(s);
- Architectural blueprints of the proposed tennis court;
- Whether the tennis court is to contain light fixtures for night time play;
- Whether a maintenance shed for tennis equipment is being constructed nearby;
- Determination of the financial responsibility for future tennis court maintenance;
- Determination of managerial responsibility for tennis court operational procedures;
- Hours of operation; and
- Court reservation process.
The Board remains open to thoughtful discussions and negotiations on this matter and hopes that the pertinent documentation concerning Beechwood's proposed tennis court construction project can be expeditiously provided for Board review. Thank you.
RONALD FRANCIS, ESQ.
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