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Wednesday, April 27, 2005

Rossmoor coverage

One of the most fun and interesting communities for us to cover is the Rossmoor community. Reporter Theresa Harrington is working on a story that looks at a group of Rossmoor residents fed up with the Golden Rain Board’s attempts to hold meetings that aren’t televised. The residents also are discussing forming a “watchdog” group to keep an eye on the board. She says the group is especially worried about a proposed $38 million Creekside development, which is expected to break ground in June on what is now the front yard of the retired community’s treasured Dollar Clubhouse property. Keep an eye out for Theresa's story and let us know what you think.

1 Comments:

Blogger elee said...

I am familiar with the Rossmoor situation and think Theresa Harrington described things realistically and tried to bring balance to an unbalanced set of circumstances.

Our officials never seem to pay attention to residents until outside publicity (of an adverse nature) forces them to.

However, Rossmoor now has its yearly new Board of Directors (as of yesterday). Maybe we will see some changes under this new leadership. I'm not holding my breath, but let's hope.

12:51 AM  

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