Examination & Documentation - October 2011
In October of 2011 a multi-degreed Engineering Professional, with a
resume inclusive to multiple Topographies and Forms of
Government, examined and documented tracts of commercial / governmental partnered properties.
A Large Overview Plat is Provided
The rear area of Building 109
(illustrated right), was examined and documented.
"Drainage is being released on your property, this is absolutely forbidden"
The developer's statement of allowance was provided.
A observation referencing a Societal Breakdown was the response.
A Taxpayer Funded Massive
Slope and Retention Pond
was extensively examined and documented.
An initial observation firmed:
"The slope is too steep and it will never stop deteriorating".
Was there a forest here before?
Yes, (2003 Image Below)
"This Is Not American Engineering"
is the response.
The Professional views the Partnerís endeavors
as a mess. A situation, he would assist in
correcting. Though searches for
specific engineering plans would take us to
Governmental offices, Clarksburg
WV garners his attention. Interest in purchasing
downtown Clarksburg properties was put forth,
along with perspectives on unique remodeling and wishes that he had
more time to look the city over.
Later in the day; A Bridgeport City Engineer confirms that he has
the Engineering plans and promises them within two days. The
City of Bridgeport then does not provide the
Engineering Plans, instead offering their
Partner CityNetís Engineering Plans instead. A
Freedom of Information Request for said Engineering Plans is then forwarded
to the the City of Bridgeport. The
City ignores the request.
A Freedom of Information Request
is then forwarded to two
Senators and a Governor. The engineering plans
were received 18 days later. However
the damage was done. The Professional viewed
such delay tactics clandestine; they were hiding
something. Dynamics change. The delayed
engineering plans push
his now review out to early 2012.
We receive a message
from Germany in Late March of 2012:
The Engineering Plans for the slope and retention pond were not followed in any regard "As such,
they have devalued your property in the process". End of Message.
The message explained
the reason for the open and notorious structural defects.
The Original Area
that a Regulatory agency drove Platinum Properties away from before, had been revisited. However, this time
with the City of Bridgeport, The State of West Virginia and Millions of Taxpayer
A stabilizing forest then succumbed to a governmental / partnered endeavors. The project engineering plans were completely disregarded
and a structurally deficient and
negligent developmental support slope and storm drainage system was one result. Constructs, whose only recourse, is ever-increasing stages of structural deterioration.
Outrageous and quite obvious to any average member of any community and
Very Reminiscent of what had been allowed before on the western front of our property.
However, this time more encompassing; geographically and geo-politically.
April 9, 2012 a local newspaper published an article, (shown on the right). (The article's ambiguous location appears to have inadvertently fogged the area's location). Nevertheless; the articles reports confusion over the costs of cosmetic repairs to a support slope and storm drainage retention system. A Subject That Was
Broached In 2007.
Also, a City's plan to transfer overall liability to
their business partner, Platinum Properties.