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Old 08-26-2012, 11:55 AM   #15
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What a waste. My kids (now grown) grew up spending a lot of time on that property and that beach. When it went "exclusive" it robbed the joy from many other families of the future. It used to be a very fun and vibrant place and to say it still is, well, I've been there and there is good reason why the locals refer to it as "snob hill". Sad to see the robbery of that beautiful beach from the people who love it. It should be accessible to all, it is Oregon after all. Ironically, some of these same owners are on other boards seeking advice on how to avoid paying taxes on their rig in California. Sad, sad.

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Old 08-26-2012, 04:22 PM   #16
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Rather late in the game, but maybe they should have looked at the business plan of Pismo Coast Village. In lieu of owners having a specific lot or space, you own a share. A share entitles the owner to a specified number days of occupancy each year. Otherwise all spaces are available for rent to the public at all times. The park is extremely well managed and ran. Pismo Coast Village had a few lean years in their early days, but have a great place to stay and is always filled in summer and holidays.
Not quite a snobbish as owning a specific lot, but no problem with home owner fees or being tagged for improvement fees.
Shares have no financial responsibility for operating and managing park.
Maybe with appropriate compensation to existing owners, they could convert to a share park and stay operational?

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