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Daybreak Village and Mansion Homes

By Scoop, on 10-05-2008 10:23

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Here is a nice looking Daybreak Village Center and Mansion Homes artist drawing...not news but it looks nice...

Last update: 11-09-2008 08:27

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Daybreak Apartment Venture #1 Subdivision

By Scoop, on 01-04-2008 11:00

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Alright here is an update on the development of the apartments the Kennecott Land is going to build in Daybreak. I talked to my friends at the City of South Jordan and found out that Kennecott Land had the area rezoned to a PC zone  before any lots were even sold in Daybreak. And that according to the PC zone code 17.72 (found here: http://www.sjc.utah.gov/municipalcode.asp ) there is basically nothing the Daybreak Homeowners can do about it. The only thing the Daybreak homeowners can do is goto the South Jordan City Council meeting April 8th at 6:30pm and the City Council will be happy to listen to all of your concerns. However in the end as long as Kennecott Land complies with all the regulations per the application process the City of South Jordan has to approve the application, if they don't then Kennecott Land could sue the City of South Jordan. Now if Kennecott Land have any type of public marketing material that said or claimed there wouldn't be any apartments in Daybreak then there are other options, but that would be the only way to prevent this....see attached letter that was sent out by Kennecott Land

Last update: 11-09-2008 07:00

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The Beach Club... (continued)

By Scoop, on 21-03-2008 00:25

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Kennecott Land continues to refuse to give the nearly acre lot next to the DCC to the community as possible restitution for the cancellation of the Beach Club. Bruce Snyder lied to all of the Daybreak Homeowners there is NO LAW that prohibits a Beach Club of any kind (the note from Bruce). However the Health Department/C of SJ sent KL a list (30+ items) of concerns that needed to be address before KL could move forward with the Beach Club. At that time the KL legal team went over the concerns and determined that by addressing all the concerns (and there was no guarantee that KL wouldn’t be hit with more concerns from the Health Dept/C of SJ once the initial list they got was completely addresses) the cost would be too substantial to put the Beach Club in. So there you have it, the reason the Beach Club that was marketed and advertised to Homeowners who bought home in phase 1 & 2 in Founders Village was canceled was because of cost to KL. I also wanted to point out that the cost of the facilities that would be needed would NOT be too costly, in my opinion. For instance for a 500 person Beach Club the Department of Heath states you need 5 showers, 5 sinks, and 5 restroom stalls for the men and women each (that would be about a 1000 sq ft one story cement building).

Now I suggested to Don and Bruce that KL should give the lot next to the DCC to the community and pay for the Founders Village swimming pool considering KL did not build the Beach Club as advertised. This was quickly shot down and most likely isn’t going to happen. However legally KL could be accountable to the homeowners who bought during the time the Beach Club was advertised, which is why I suggested a compromise...

Last update: 11-09-2008 08:32

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The Beach Club...

By Scoop, on 11-12-2007 23:27

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Hi everyone...sorry I have so quiet lately, I have been swamped with work and my wife and kids have been sick...Anyhow I figured I you let everyone know the full truth on why the Beach Club was cancelled.

A few weeks ago I met with Don and Bruce to discuss the Beach Club issue and a few other issues as well. It turns out that there is NO LAW that prohibits a Beach Club of any kind (the note from Bruce wasn’t completely accurate), however the Health Department/C of SJ sent KL a list (30+ items) of concerns that needed to be address before KL could move forward with the Beach Club. At that time the KL legal team went over the concerns and determined that by addressing all the concerns (and there was no guarantee that KL wouldn’t be hit with more concerns from the Health Dept/C of SJ once the initial list they got was completely addresses) the cost would be too substantial to put the Beach Club in. So there you have it, the reason the Beach Club that was marketed and advertised to Homeowners who bought home in phase 1 & 2 in Founders Village was cancelled was because of cost to KL. I also wanted to point out that the cost of the facilities that would be needed would NOT be too costly, in my opinion. For instance for a 500 person Beach Club the Department of Heath states you need 5 showers, 5 sinks, and 5 restroom stalls for the men and women each (that would be about a 2000 sq ft one story cement building).

Now I suggested to Don and Bruce that KL should give the lot next to the DCC to the community and pay for the Founders Village swimming pool considering KL did not build the Beach Club as advertised. This was quickly shot down and most likely isn’t going to happen. However legally KL could be accountable to the homeowners who bought during the time the Beach Club was advertised, which is why I suggested a compromise...we will see... I doubt this issue will go away any time soon...

Last update: 11-12-2007 23:27

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Oquirrhs Ski Resort news

By Scoop, on 18-10-2007 23:54

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I am not sure if you all heard, but back on 10/3/07 KL announced that they are planning to open one or two ski resorts in the mountains just west of Magna. One of the resort will be above Little Valley flats where KL plans to build a community (like Daybreak) with 10,000 homes. Anyways there are a few articles in the different news publications in the first week of October in case you wanted more info.

Last update: 31-03-2008 13:26

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