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Sunday, 20th August 2017

in Bee Cave TX 78738

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Golf and Guitar say no to Covert access

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One of the owners of the land adjacent to the Covert property and involved in the potential access solution has put their position in writing to Bee Cave City Council. Here is their statement:

 

“I, Rich Phillips, am managing member of Texas Wildflower Properties, LLC, which is the sole owner of Lot 3, Block A, SUMMIT 56, a subdivision in Travis County. Texas Wildflower Properties, LLC has been granted a Joint Access Easement from Highway 71 to the future site of Hill Country Golf & Guitar and the Six String Grill and this has been duly recorded. As such, all encroachments on this Joint Access Easement are subject to approval by Texas Wildflower Properties.

 

I believe that Bee Cave is a special community. We embrace growth, yet we understand and respect the balance between residential and commercial interests. We recognize that to serve our growing population we must have new neighborhood and commercial services, but, at the same time, we are committed to protect the rights of homeowners and the spirit of our neighborhoods.

 

When I worked with the City and obtained the required permits to build Hill Country Golf & Guitar, I voluntarily designed the restaurant and mini‐golf course to meet all current codes for lighting, sound and architectural design; not because I had to, but because I live here – and I respect the community and its vision for the City. I believe any developer committed to these principles would be welcome.

 

To date, I have not been contacted by Mr. Covert or his representatives. No one has requested my approval to access or utilize the Joint Access Easement from Hwy. 71 to my property.

 

I do not support, I have not granted, nor do I intend to grant access to this Joint Access Easement as I do not believe it will serve the best interests of our community.”

 

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