Why not lease community center property to city?

Wednesday, September 12, 2018

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In the September 2018 "In The Know" video interview with Tom Judson, he covered many areas of what will happen if we get the proposed assessment increase. One of the areas he emphasized, of course, was the overwhelming miles of trails that we will have. He made the statement that he saw a study showing there were 101,000 users of the trails and of that number 60 percent were Bella Vista residents. This is a totally agenda-driven statement. I can tell you for certain that I have used the trails and taken visitors on the trails on numerous occasions, and there is no way anybody recorded that activity.

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How about this Larry,

The new revenue (fees) will go to golf courses and other amenities in Bella Vista that are the property of the Cooper Community, Inc. not the BVPOA.

The BVPO is subordinate (a subsidiary) of CCI. All the golf courses and buildings and other properties that are improved in reality belong to CCI

Less than 20 percent of the property owners use the golf courses, what percent of fees collected go to maintain golf courses and shops?

As for Riordan Hall that is like throwing money down the drain.

The Clubs run by the BVPOA have limited menus which do not lure people who would prefer food that would not tend to cause weightiness and they wonder why they are losing money.

Posted by: hbcark

September 18, 2018 at 10:58 p.m. ( | suggest removal )

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