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Four Mile News has obtained a copy of the Fremont County Colorado Tax Lein Auction list. It shows that the entire development is listed on the list. With the state of current sales at Four Mile Ranch being non-existent, it looks like a savvy investor may be able to buy these tax certificates and secure a %10 return on their money, and quite possibly could own the property outright in 3 years for pennies on the dollar if the bill goes unpaid. Follow this link for a list of the properties affected.
Four Mile Ranch News is reporting that the Colorado Department of Corrections has NOT selected the proposed site at Four Mile Ranch in Canon City, Colorado to build its new headquarters. This decision serves as yet another blow to Four Mile Ranch developer Ross Jeffery. According to sources close to the development and officials in Canon City this may have been one of the last chances for Jeffery to make a go with his ailing project. Jeffery now must face head on the challenges of the golf course currently in a lein forclosure, banks not lending money to land speculators and the current state of the US economy.
Below is a copy of the Department of Corrections press release:
Colorado Department of Corrections
For further information, please contact:
Katherine Sanguinetti, Public Information Officer
Colorado Department of Corrections
Aristedes W. Zavaras
Bill Ritter, Jr.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
October 2, 2008
DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONS CHOOSES SITE FOR NEW CENTRAL OFFICE
(Colorado Springs, CO)– Ari Zavaras, executive director of the Department of Corrections (DOC), is pleased to announce the selection of a site for the Department’s new Central Office. The site is in Southern Colorado Springs, and is approximately one mile south of the current central office on Janitell Road. The proposed offer, from Mortenson Development, Inc., has been determined to be the most advantageous to the overall needs of the Department, and the State of Colorado.
“Colorado’s correctional system has been part of the economic foundation of Southern Colorado for a hundred and forty years, and I am pleased the tradition will continue,” Ari Zavaras said. “With the use of sound environmental strategies and renewable energy resources, we will be building on the bedrock of Colorado’s past with the green technology that is our future.”
The DOC received a wealth of attractive offers, including 15 viable proposals, resulting in a very competitive process. The new development is the most cost effective choice for the taxpayers of Colorado. “I have a responsibility to make the most fiscally sound decision for not only the Department, but for all the citizens of Colorado. Our team evaluated multiple factors including the proposed facility and collateral operational costs. I believe we made a great choice for Colorado,” said Ari Zavaras of his decision.
The location will sustain efficiency in operations as Southern Colorado Springs is the geographic center of the Department’s operational system. The location is in reasonable proximity to the majority of prison and parole facilities located along the Front Range and in Southern Colorado. The office will be positioned for minimal travel time to the State Capitol and other government offices located in the Denver Metro area, where central office professionals frequently attend meetings vital to the business of the state.
The winning offer by Mortenson Development, Inc., Vineyard Commerce Park, is environmentally sensitive and sustainable, and is based on conservation and renewable resource strategies, consistent with the Governor’s Office of Energy’s initiatives. Through the Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED), the central office will be “Gold Certified”. The plan includes sustainable energy resources, the use of recycled building materials, water conservation program, permeable pavement, as well as other “green” strategies. The LEED Green Building Rating System™ encourages and accelerates global adoption of sustainable green building and development practices through the creation and implementation of universally understood and accepted tools and performance criteria.
The Vineyard Commerce Park development will also promote the well being of the staff. Included will be conference facilities, room to hold trainings, and a Correctional Industries showroom. The selected site is located adjacent to a 43 acre open space connected to 85 miles of county-wide trails.
The building is being built to suit the needs of the Department. The building will be approximately 100,000 square feet and will provide room for the 240 employees assigned to the Central Office. The site will accommodate the Department’s projected needs through 2020 and allows the flexibility necessary in planning for the future.
The lease on the current central office building, which is approximately 65,000 square feet, expires June 30, 2010.
The DOC currently employs 6,575 personnel, operating 23 state prisons, 19 regional community and parole offices, and monitoring six private facilities. The budget in fiscal year 2008-2009 is $761 million. At the present time Department employees are responsible for supervising over 23,000 incarcerated offenders and 11,000 parolees.
So what are the readers of Four Mile News Reading these days? These are the stats from the last 3 days.
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Four Mile Ranch Golf Course Reviews 35
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fourmileranch.com Website Goes Dark for non-payment 30
Ross Jeffery’s Lien List Grows Larger 27
Another Lawsuit in the wings for Four Mile Ranch 26
Four Mile Ranch Golf Pro Moves Out 25
Housing Prices PLUMMET Over 35% in Four Mile Ranch Golf Community 22
New Four Mile Ranch theme song begins production 21
Ross Jeffery Sues Former Architect 20
Who Is Ross Jeffery? 19
How to run up your opponents Legal Bill 101 17
Developers wife also being chased for payment 16
Council mulls stopping work at Four Mile 15
Four Mile Ranch News Site set to Utilize Press Release Service to enhance readership 15
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Why are those people always chasing kids 14
Free Speech and the First Amendment to the United States Constitution 12
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The Four Mile Ranch Golf Course Community website was taken down by its creators do to a billing dispute with Ross Jeffery, Jennifer Harriman, The Home Place Real Estate Company and Four Mile Ranch. The consultants who had built and maintained the site were to be paid on a commission basis on any and all real estate transactions that took place. After investigation by the consultants, it was apparent that deals were being done under the table and skirting payments due to them for their services. As a result, the consulting company took the actions to turn off the highly successful website and marketing programs. Additionally, the consultants have since filed formal papers to seek payment for the past due commissions.
We will have futher documentation available on line shortly.
The Four Mile Ranch News Team.
Tell us what you think about the new Four Mile Ranch Golf Course Community. Did you love or hate the course? Was the course in good or bad condition? What was the service level like at the Four Mile Ranch Golf Course? Thanks for your posts.
Obviously there is a lot of talk about Ross these days. In case you have not met him, this is who you may want to keep an eye out for.
Formal Papers have been filed against Developer Ross Jeffery and his daughter Jennifer Harriman in an attempt to recoup over $80,000 in rents, fees, unpaid taxes, insurance, collection costs. Sources tell Four Mile Ranch News that an investor purchased a number of model homes from the Developer in a lease back arrangement. Additional details have surfaced that actually make the transaction look fraudulent. Talk is under way about criminal charges against Mr. Jeffery and his associates.
Stay tuned as more information, documents and public records become available.
Developer Ross Jeffery continues his assault as he has now placed a Lien on the home owned by the former Architect at Four Mile Ranch Golf Course and Community. The Architect and her family have been desperately trying to sell their home since Developer Ross Jeffery ended there working relationship late this spring. However, even after dropping the price of the house by $50,000 there were no offers for the beautifully designed and well maintained home. In early August the the family learned that the developer had filed a fraudulent lien on their house now making it impossible for the them to sale and move to a new town. Investigation leads us to believe that he has been taking these actions without the knowledge of his financial investors.
A Four Mile Ranch News Investigation unveils that Developer Ross Jeffery faces yet another Law Suit as he struggles to keep his golf course community from collapsing. A former consulting company that managed the companies highly successful marketing campaign has already begun the process of filing formal papers to recoup unpaid commissions from Mr. Jeffery, his daughter Jennifer Harriman, her company Home Place Realestate and his investors Cottage Capital and SREI.
Stay tuned as additional details become available.