Thanks for the laugh, Ponte Vedra Corporation. In fact, PVC has been trying every possible strategy to circumvent public input, from suing the county to requesting an administrative interpretation regarding the limits of the Outpost's conservation designation. Fortunately, a judge recognized the need for public hearings. PVC now claims to be pleased with his decision. Our response. >>>
In other mistruths, PVC has accused us of claiming the Outpost is "rife with endangered species." We've never made any such claim, and have carefully spelled out which species (designated threatened and species of special concern) have the potential to exist at the Outpost. PVC claims there's a low probability of roseate spoonbills and other imperiled birds being near the Outpost. We have photographs to dispute those claims.
PVC is also twisting facts and taking liberties with numbers in their Master Development Plan, and their attorneys' bizarre interpretation of a footnote on the Future Land Use Map shows how truly weak their case is.
In an act of civil disobedience, someone recently removed all five of our yard signs flanking the gate into the Outpost; the signs were legally placed on properties that abut the Outpost. Perhaps our signs would ruin their Earth Day festivities? We later found all five signs hidden nearby. They can hide our signs, but they can't hide the truth: