Lansdowne Residents in opposition to Resort Adventure Project
The Lansdowne resort is proposing a high adventure ropes project to the Lansdowne Conservancy for approval. The resort has not provided reasonable public input or notice. A dozen residents were initially informed on this project only a week ago and the resort is presenting the project to the conservancy on Tues at 10am on 1/17/17. Another concern is the misinformation about the project and misleading statements by the resort about the location of the project and the support of the Lansdowne residents. The Lansdowne HOA board has been informed the resort presented information to the conservancy in a meeting in December 2016 that the resort and the impacted residents have reached a settlement and now support the project, however, no notification was provided by the resort to the residents until 1/4/17. The location of the project in the letter to residents and the conservancy said it would be located along Elizabeth Mills riverside park, however, plans obtained indicate it will be located in the buffer zone between the Greg Norman course and the single family homes on Indian Fields, Boyer Fields. The resort has also conveyed in a conversation their intent to use Squirrel Ridge as access to the County Parking lot for the riverside park for the publics use of this revenue generating facility for the resort. Use of county land and the neighbor hood streets are a zoning issue and the use of the buffer zone would require a variance with the Lansdowne Conservancy. If you are not able to attend the meeting next Tuesday, please sign this petition to indicate your opposition to the Lansdowne Resorts project.