Friday, August 26, 2005

Things Are Getting Aggro...




UT link

"Underlying the fight, which involves 110 residents along Andrew Avenue and surrounding streets, is animosity by some toward the Ecke family. Paul Ecke III's brother-in-law, developer and real estate consultant David Meyer, owns some of the land at the heart of the fight"

Kind of trippy that the SRF sold some of that land eh?

9 comments:

  1. It took 6 months to get my grading permit 2 years ago it is unfair that site is graded with out the permit.

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  2. You should have hired an Ecke as a consultant, I hear that they do that.

    They know how to get stuff done at the City.

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  3. Isn't that the parcel that was donated to the SRF under the condition that it not be developed?

    Not that should phase the new generation of Eckes.

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  4. Check out signon sandiego

    http://www.signonsandiego.com/news/northcounty/20050826-9999-1mi26land.html

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  5. www.nctimes.com/articles/2005/08/28/news/coastal/22_30_098_27_05.txt

    Another hidden council agenda.

    Information is given out a little at a time.

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  6. My room addition permit took longer than the target shopping center got built.

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  7. the target shopping center is owned by Ecke.

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  8. Maybe Ecke should raise Target's rent if he needs money so bad.

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