Dear Bonterra Builders, You profit because of the sacrifice of an Korean War Vet and his disabled wife, my parents.
— Thomas Hill (@thomasbhill) August 26, 2018
The sun is setting on any chances of remedy and relief. Justice delayed is Justice denied… #cedarvalejustice #cedarvalefarms
My name is Thomas Hill.
Below is a “Cliff Notes” version of my family’s story…
A story of an elderly US Navy Korean War Veteran and his disabled wife…
My elderly parents…
M.D. and Shirley Hill signed a “Deed Of Sewer And Easement” in May 2004. This would allow the development of the Cedarvale Farms subdivision. Without such an agreement, the subdivision would have never seen the light of day.
In exchange for the privilege of having the sewer line constructed across their land, the developer would construct a “Grantor Sewer Line”, which would extend approximately 1,500 linear feet along the creek crossing the Hill’s property with seven Laterals. This would enable the Hill’s to develop their property as they saw fit.
The deadline for commencing the Grantor Sewer Line was August 30. 2007. The developer missed the deadline. Being good and reasonable neighbors, the Hill’s granted not one, but two deadline extensions. The Hills bent over backwards to help make this development possible.
What have the Hill’s received for their good deeds and efforts?