Trinitas Issues To Go Before Supervisors
San Andreas, CA — Issues surrounding the Ridge at Trinitas Project will be in front of the Calaveras County Board of Supervisors Tuesday.
By a 3-2 vote on May 5th, the Supervisors denied Michael and Michelle Nemee’s proposal to add a restaurant, pro shop and other amenities around the currently existing 18-hole-golf course near Wallace.
The Board will vote whether to issue a refund of $26,728 for unused Environmental Impact Report contract funds. The Nemee’s paid the Calaveras Planning Department $228,290 to go to a consulting firm to conduct the EIR. The contract expired on December 31, 2008 and there was a remaining unspent balance of $26,728.
Also at 10:30am the Board will go into closed session to discuss litigation brought forth regarding Trinitas. Former Interim CDA Director Brent Harrington submitted a letter to the Nemee’s on May 15th effectively asking them to stop all golf activity on the property or face the risk of code enforcement action. The Nemee’s have raised concerns about the letter and are represented by the Ellman Burke Hoffman and Johnson law firm out of San Francisco.
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