Don’t forget to vote April 22 Union Bay Community Hall 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.
By the way, there were about 50 people in attendance. It was the same people who show up at the monthly meetings. Why these guys think more people are going to come out because the meetings are at 7 p.m. compared to earlier is beyond me.
Vote for people who think!
Well, this says a lot about how decisions are made by elected officials who don’t have a clue. We’re in Trump Land and the ‘alternative facts’ changing or denying what actually took place is now the new norm.
The Chair’s Report NOTICE: There is absolutely no mention of the negotiation by trustees Jacques and Loxam on June 7, 2016. Remember this?
The letter is on UBID’s website under ‘links’. Why are they trying to hide their actions?
NOTE: absolutely no mention of the Nov. 2016 actions by Jacques, Bitten and Loxam in their failed attempt to resurrect that lousy expired 2011 Water Infrastructure Agreement.
Listen to the temporary Administrator Martin Gee explain what was wrong with the expired 2011 WIA which was for a temporary facility on KIP’s land leased by UBID. This is what Jacques, Loxam and Bitten wanted to resurrect. Listen to what Martin says about the pipes, etc., and the waste of money at the expense of the landowners. This should wake you folks up!
This clip is me reading third paragraph, last sentence on page one of Chair Jacques report where he claimed the Expired 2011 WIA was in ‘limbo’ in April 2016. Jacques never got any legal advice – it was just his opinion the agreement could be resurrected. Listen to how many times he tries to veer away from what he has just stated to those gathered. Landowners Ernie Kassian and Paul Allard follow with their questions.
So Jacques went around the community from early 2015 with a petition asking for landowners signatures to give KIP an extension to the 2011 expired Water Infrastructure Agreement and he never bothered to ask any legal advice – it was just his opinion. Looks like his opinion never changed even after he became a trustee and could have enquired through the Administrator – he chose not to and instead promised something he couldn’t be bothered to look further than his own opinion.
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NOTE: paragraph 4 states:
KIP has indicated that a parcel could be made available for a permanent location once the property is subdivided. UBID and KIP have been discussing a means to make the property available before subdivision takes place.
What the hell is that about? Why are we entertaining a screwy agreement with KIP on land not yet subdivided – therefore no clear title. Are we going that route again? KIP can’t subdivide until he has water and sewer – PERIOD. What if it’s another 20 years of empty promises? Is this the very piece of land Jacques and Loxam stated pumps could be used if there wasn’t enough pressure? Pumps? They want pumps but balk at 2 pressure reducing valves at $40,000. a piece to reduce the pressure if we go with the land already purchased by the Board who actually had a plan. I know I’ve said it before but here goes. There has never been a piece of land identified within the Kensington Island Properties aka 34083 Yukon Inc. that would be suitable for a water treatment facility. It does not exist contrary to McMahon’s claims that a piece of land has always been on the table. Pants on fire!
more to come……..