Dave Lewis Ashland Oregon

Hyatt Lake Oregon Murder of Dave Lewis

No More Bob McNeely Ruining Hyatt Lake & Beyond.

 And cohorts.

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Curry
05/26/2010
MCNEELY, DON R
MCNEELY, KATHLEEN
MCNEELY, ROBERT W
PLANTE, JEANNE M
KEYBANK NATIONAL ASSOCIATION
Amount:$185,066.51
Status:Unsatisfied
Type:
Jackson
04/26/2010
MCNEELY, ROBERT
MOUNTAIN RESORT AT HYATT LAKE
EGGLESTON, JAMES D
Amount:$257,512.00
Status:Superseded
Type:
Jackson
05/17/2011
MCNEELY, ROBERT
MOUNTAIN RESORT AT HYATT LAKE
FAAS, LEONARD A, Jr
Amount:$257,512.00
Status:Unsatisfied
Type: 
Jackson
03/25/2010
MCNEELY, ROBERT W
E B BRADLEY CO
Amount:$12,017.80
Status:Unsatisfied
Type:

 

 

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Curry
05/26/2010
MCNEELY, DON R
MCNEELY, KATHLEEN
MCNEELY, ROBERT W
PLANTE, JEANNE M
KEYBANK NATIONAL ASSOCIATION
Amount:$185,066.51
Status:Unsatisfied
Type:
Jackson
08/04/2010
PLANTE, JEANNE M
HARDWOOD INDUSTRIES INC
Amount:$18,668.48
Status:Unsatisfied
Type:
Klamath
07/09/2015
PLANTE, JEANNE
MIDLAND FUNDING LLC
Amount:$17,174.24
Status:Unsatisfied
Type: 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Go Do the Right Thing. Roll em out. Restore Hyatt lake

                       Not what was needed, but what was taken.

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They took, what was not their's to take.

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Jeanne Plante-McNeely. Selling it all off. It's all good, until it's not.

Don't EVER tell Dave Lewis to get off Hyatt lake. It is a PUBLIC lake.

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Illegally placed RVs at Mountain Resort at Hyatt lake.

Selling it off- - or handing it off - -for $ 500,000.00 to Whittle & Mahar isn't going to make it right.

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These are two campground on Hyatt lake. This is directly on the Pacific Crest trail. These RVs do not fit the historic-use of the campgrounds.

The Hearing Officer has ruled. Roll them off. Do the right thing.

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The Law Has Ruled. 

 

No one  should continue to make wrongful, poor or bad decisions in creating additional loop-holes attempting  to correct this wrong-doing.

 Hyatt lake is a historic-use, seasonal-use, limited-use camp spot.

Not resorts.

 

NOT Decisions made by a few, for a few.  The law is for one and all.

Hyatt Lake is special and should remain as such. A sleepy-little, happy little campground.

 

It is a campground for all to enjoy. Not a private-resort for a few.

 

 

http://www.rvbusiness.com/2009/09/hearing-officer-rules-against-oregon-rv-resort/

 

Park models at Campers Cove Resort in southern Oregon.

Park models at Campers Cove Resort in southern Oregon.

A hearings officer has ruled against expansion plans at Hyatt Lake Resort in southern Oregon’s Jackson County. The decision could lead to the removal of park model cottages, a restaurant and other improvements, according to the Mail Tribune, Medford, Ore.

In a 53-page decision mailed out Friday (Sept. 25), Donald Rubenstein concluded that the park models referred to by the resort owner as recreational vehicles are in fact dwellings that potentially pose a fire danger for the resort and the surrounding forest.

He said the resort 20 miles east of Ashland resembles a high-density residential development with some units only 7 feet apart.

Rubenstein concluded county planners erred in allowing 22 of the cabins at the resort. He rejected a request to add an additional 13 spaces.

Rubenstein acknowledged that his decision, which is subject to appeal, could be an economic blow to the developers of the resort.

“The owner finds himself in an unenviable position having invested large sums of money and effort which are jeopardized by this decision,” he wrote.

Neighbors had appealed Jackson County’s approval of a limited expansion at Hyatt Lake Resort, which is operated by the same group as nearby Campers Cove. Owners of the resort, known as Campers Cove Resort LLC, also appealed a county planning decision, saying they were entitled to additional changes they’ve requested. Rubenstein reviewed more than 900 pages from the two sides and the county.

Bob McNeely, one of the resort owners, said previously that he had already sold units that look like cabins on the 22 recreational vehicle sites and was in the process of selling four more on 13 additional sites when he was ordered to stop by the county.

McNeely has 21 days to appeal Rubenstein’s decision to the Oregon Land Use Board of Appeals. He was not immediately available for comment Monday. His Coos Bay attorney, Jerry Lesan, declined to comment, and his land-use consulting company, CSA Ltd. of Medford, didn’t respond to a phone call.

Pam Hardy, a Bend attorney representing the neighbors’ group, called Southern Oregon Citizens for Responsible Land Use Planning, said, “Obviously, we’re pleased with the decision, and we’re anticipating an appeal.”

Sandy Speasl, a member of the land-use planning group, said she thought the hearings officer did a very thorough job. She said she hadn’t known what to expect going into the land-use challenge, but was happy with the results.

“To me it means that sometimes the little people have a voice in things,” Speasl said.

The resort owners wanted to install the park models on 35 spaces, but county planners determined they were legally entitled to only 22 spaces that can have water, electricity and sewage hook-ups. Those spaces have what the owner refers to as park models.

But Rubenstein wrote, “Park models are not recreational vehicles for purposes of land-use planning, and the staff erred in finding otherwise.”

He added that crowding the cottages together with 120-gallon propane tanks next to each unit posed a significant fire danger.

“The absence of setbacks and other standards that are conventionally applied to high-density residential developments substantially increases the likelihood that once the unit is substantially involved in a fire, nearby decks, cabanas, and park models will ignite as well,” Rubenstein wrote.

He also found the cottages would generate more sewage than typical recreational vehicles.

Other improvements to the property — including construction of 30 recreational sites without water and sewer, a cabin, a workshop and a restaurant — will require approval by the U.S. government because some of the development falls on federal land, Rubenstein wrote.

The opinion said the disputed cabins are permanent or semi-permanent buildings, as opposed to recreational vehicles which are temporary. The park models also have structures such as garages or cabanas that aren’t typically built next to recreational vehicles, he wrote.

Referring to the website of Nor’wester Industries Inc. of Chehalis, Wash., which produces the cabins, Rubenstein noted the manufacturer refers to the units as “destination vacation homes” rather than recreational vehicles.

Glenn Munsell, who lives on Hyatt Prairie Road, said he agreed with Rubenstein’s decision but wasn’t ready to celebrate because it could be appealed.

“We’re just kind of waiting to see what happens next,” he said.

Munsell said he had maintained all along that McNeely has built a high-density residential park that goes well beyond the original idea of the resort.

“It’s really not an RV park,” Munsell said. “There are cabins or houses and the density is terrible.”

  McNeely's Cabin Building Company Filed Bankruptcy

  McNeely took people's hard earned money and promised a RV...they never got it.   Five months earlier he claimed business was the best ever ! 

HYATT LAKE AND CAMPERS COVE  ARE CAMP GROUNDS.  MCNEELY & PLANTE ESTABLISHED THESE UNITS AS " RVs" AND THEN CLAIMED THEY ARE PERMISSABLE IN THESE FOREST-RESERVE NON-CONFORMING FOREST LANDS.  THEY ATTEMPTED to PRESENT THEM AS NON-PERMANENT AND WITHIN REGULATIONS. THE SMART & LAW SAVVY HEARINGS OFFICER DID NOT AGREE. 

 

MCNEELY & PLANTE  FILE FOR BANKRUPCTY for 

Nor Wester Industries while their Whaleshead Beach Resort is on the market for Nine Million !!!

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 Bob McNeely declares bankruptcy of the manufacturing, while buying with the other hand ~ land, ranches, private RVs for himself & business. Trips, travel and horses. 

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Simultaneously  buying the Lindsay Ranch at the Dead Indian Road turn-off. While keeping Jeanne Plante's horses & horse trailers. While holding on to Campers Cove and Mountain Resort at Hyatt Lake. But McNeely takes measures of BK and hurts others. 

     CLICK ON THE LINK ABOVE TO READ ABOUT MCNEELY'S BANKRUPTCY.

 THE FOLLOWING WAS WRITTEN BY JUST ONE OF THE MANY CREDITORS WHO LOST THOUSANDS OF DOLLARS TO BOB MCNEELY, DON MCNEELY, KATHY MCNEELY  AND  BOB'S SECOND WIFE, JEANNE PLANTE. 

THE MCNEELY  FAMILY  ARE ALL OWNERS OF NOR'WESTER INDUSTRIES, MOUNTAIN RESORT AT HYATT LAKE, CAMPERS COVE HYATT LAKE AND WHALEHEAD BEACH RESORT, BROOKINGS, OREGON.  WHALESHEAD RESORT IS VALUED ON THE MARKET AT NINE-MILLION. YET THEY TAKE HARD-WORKING GOOD PEOPLE'S  MONEY AND DECLARE BANKRUPTCY !

            DOCUMENTATION   REGARDING NORWESTER AND THE MCNEELY'S:

" My husband and I did all our homework to make sure we got county approval for a park model, it was okay with our neighbors and there weren’t any complaints about Nor’wester to the Better Business Bureau. Plus when we were at Lake Chelan in central Wash last spring, we saw a new Nor’wester (the same model we wanted) and got to talking to the owners. They raved about the product and the customer service. So we felt pretty comfortable placing an order with them. On May 29th  our 20% down payment of $15,664.38 was cashed by Nor’wester. We were told the unit would take 10 weeks to build. My husband and I won a free weekend at Whaleshead at Nor’wester’s Open House in April so when we headed south to use it on Friday, July 24th, we stopped at Nor’wester (which is 100 miles south of us) to see how it looked. The place looked like a ghost town and the nervous-looking people in the office were people we had never seen before. We asked about the two people (Lue Hamilton and Jeff Jacobs) that we had worked with and were told that they didn’t work there anymore. The man in the office told us they were “restructuring due to the economy”, for us to be patient, that our park model would be delivered in a month, 6 weeks max. Rick Sharpe, the foreman or whatever, asked if we wanted to see our unit. He took us to the small shop in the same building as the office (the very large, separate shop was closed down) that had nothing happening and showed us a base of plywood. We felt sick but knew we just had to hope they were telling us the truth – what else could we do.  He said he his crew would be back on Monday to work on our unit. 
 
When we got to Whaleshead, Kathy McNeely warmly greeted us (not knowing we were a Nor’wester customer). I asked Kathy what was going on at Nor’wester. She looked like I had slapped her face. Her smile fell and she said “It’s still there”. When I pressed for more info, she asked if I’d called Bob (I didn’t know any “Bob” at that point). Then she turned her back and suddenly became occupied in “other business” before walking away. Needless to say, our free weekend was one full of worry.
 
On Monday, my husband called Rick to see if a crew was actually working on our unit. Rick said they were waiting for the order of steel. We waited another week but then no one answered and the web site was down. Bob McNeely wouldn’t take my call so I called Whaleshead and talked to Kathy. She asked if I’d talked to Bob. I told her he wouldn’t take my calls. She said she’d have Don McNeely tell him to call me. Evidently, Don couldn’t get him to do it so Don called to give me the phone number of the attorney handling the bankruptcy.
 
We are certain that our check was cashed well within the time frame that a decision had been made to declare bankruptcy. The attorney told me that Nor’wester owed so much in back taxes that any assets would pay Uncle Sam first and we were out of luck.   
Lue Hamilton and the Trustee of the bankruptcy said Bob hauled several park models and all the equipment and anything of value off the property after it was locked up and owned by Key Bank. That sounds like theft to us.
  
That’s it in a nutshell. Just repeating the story gets me all riled up again but I’d be happy to fill in any blanks.
  
Thanks so much, for the very informative information. There’s so much happening. I was discouraged to hear the public support Bob McNeely got in that radio program. One of the other Nor’wester customers who paid their down payment a couple weeks before us called a few minutes ago. They too would like to see McNeely busted! What a scumball."
 
      THERE ARE PROBLEMS  AT MOUNTAIN RESORT  HYATT LAKE TOO ~
 MICHAEL SCOTT  WINTERS  IS SUPPOSE TO INVESTIGATE MONETARY-FRAUD IN JACKSON COUNTY, OREGON.  THAT IS HIS JOB.
 
One ripped-off consumer wrote:
" I searched their UBI number on the DOL licensing page and found them under Nor'Wester Industries. Notice, account was closed on 5-31-09,  They took my $  11,000.  check three weeks after that. Is that fraud ?" 
  
 
    
                                      MCNEELY  TALKS TO NEWS STATION 
McNeely  blames  his neighbors and the State of Oregon for his financial troubles and  $ 800,000. bankruptcy. Meanwhile he is buying (all or part) of the Lindsey Ranch priced at $ 500,000. on Dave's road. Where Jean Plante kept her horses AND horse trailer.  McNeely-Plante also are partial  owners of  Whaleshead Beach Resort, Brookings Oregon (coast)  on the market for 9 Million.  Nine million. But they are declaring bankruptcy to  their creditors in Washington state.
                                                    FACT-FACT-FACTS
There was not a Planning Department hearing regarding Mountain Resort at Hyatt lake and no legal ruling regarding  Mountain Resort at Hyatt lake, until well after  McNeely had closed his manufacturing plant in Chehalis, Washington and was deeply into the process of bankruptcy. Yet McNeely attempts to blame it on Jackson County  and Jackson County employees.
 
If you have been frauded or lost money to: Bob & Donny McNeely & Jean Plante (Bob's wife & business partner)  and/or their NorWester business in Washington State: please contact the email below, regardless of the current status.
 
ANY LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICER, IN ANY STATE CAN TAKE  INFORMATION.  AMERICAS MOST WANTED CAN TAKE ANONYMOUS TIPS
 
 Dustin Breen Investigator:
 
In Oregon:  Medford Oregon Jackson County District Atty:
 
  
or contact the Oregon Attorney General's Office.
 
 McNeely told the people who wanted to purchase an RV  that they could make money  renting their  " RV"  McNeely sold 22 RVs but has not followed the codes of Jackson County and has been denied a permit to install anymore RVs.  Recently he was sited for septic violations and must conform to the codes. 
 " In order to keep the 22 units he has, he must seek exceptions to State Land Use goals, 4, 11, and 14." 
  It is unlikely they will be granted.  Which means the 22 cabins he has sold and built will have to be removed leaving the owners of these cabins with absolutely nothing to put their RVs on. McNeely and Plante  manufactured the cabins, sold the cabins, moved the cabins to McNeely's  RV parks, then rented the monthly spaces to the owners (with an option for Bobby McNeely to rent-out the RV to vacationers). 

McNeely & Plante  knew from the beginning that the cabins they were  building were not  true driveable  RV's, rather it was a  definition loop-hole.   They  thought they  could do whatever they wanted.  Dave Lewis wasn't going to stand by silently and allow McNeely to destroy the lake he loved.  
 
Campers Cove Resort LLC,  Bob McNeely & Jean Plante, have been cited for  septic-sewage conditions violations, the Hearing date was  August 3rd, 2010 at 9:00  am.  He was fined  for violations. He did not show. 
           
                 HYATT LAKE AT MOUNTAIN RESORT HYATT LAKE-
                          Former  "RESORT MANAGER"  BILL DUKE "potty mouth"
              

" HEARINGS OFFICER SAW THE CABINS, NOT THE TREES "

 

 

Hearings officer saw the cabins, not the trees

" Hyatt resort expansion went far beyond what county planners were led to believe "

FROM THE EDITORIAL BOARD OF THE MEDFORD MAIL TRIBUNE

 

http://www.mailtribune.com/apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=/20091001/OPINION/910010320

 

 NO PROBLEM - ROLL THEM OUT LIKE THEY ROLLED THEM IN.

 

               BOBBY  WAYNE  MCNEELY

 

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" PROPERTY OWNER STATEMENT REGARDING CONSTRUCTION RESPONSIBILITIES "  APRIL 2011

 Converting portion of existing garage into new office...(135 sq. feet)

Reception (250 sq. ft.) AREA (no plumbing)

 APRIL 2011

 Plan Check Phone Call: 

  " Notes: Talked to Bob on the phone and requested these items "

1) insulation information

2) information on how it is going to be heated

3) counter height detail of the reseption desk (ADA compliant, 36"x36" minimum)

4) door handle needs to be lever type handle

People Associated With This Case

Primary Owner

CAMPERS COVE

7900 HYATT PRAIRIE RD

ASHLAND, OR 97520

Applicant

DUKE BILL

7900 HYATT PRAIRIE RD

ASHLAND, OR 97520

Contractor

OWNER

Design Professional

CLAIMED OWNER:

BILL DUKE: CURRENT RESORT " MANAGER" AND CLAIMS HE IS  "OWNER"  (BY LETTER OF AUTHORIZATION FROM LEONARD FAAS) FOR CONSTRUCTION  PURPOSES:" I will be performing work on a property that I own, a residence that I reside in, or a residence that I will reside in. ..."

 

 

 Billy Duke

CONVERTING EXISTING GARAGE INTO NEW OFFICE:

  

 Co-Owner Jeanne Plante-McNeely

 

 Life: 


CAN YOU HEAR THAT VOICE FROM THE PAST NOW ???

 

   PLANTE'S  FORMER OFFICE. DID NOT AND WOULD NOT STOP USING, WHEN ORDERED TO DO SO. REPEATEDLY:

  ILLEGAL RV USED AS AN OFFICE. REQUIRED TO BE REMOVED; AS WELL AS ALL ILLEGALLY INSTALLED RVS

 

THE REST TO FOLLOW ... 

 

   RVs   WHICH   HAVE  NOT MET   LAND USE GOALS: 

                          - - - 9, 11 or  14.- - -

AS REQUIRED FOR ALL BY  STATE LAW

 

                                 ROLL EM OUT

 

                  THE LAW SAID TO STOP

 Mobile Homes on Dave's lake are not allowed. Single family homes  /cabins / RVs.

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Loan sharks and snake-oil salesmen by any other names are still the same.

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7979 Hyatt Prairie Road #34, Ashland OR

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ASHLAND Area Manufactured Homes

Cozy cabin-like home with easy access to Hyatt Lake and Marina. Spacious living room open to kitchen and nook. Kitchen with all applicances, large sleeping loft in addition to the bedroom. Large covered deck, hot tub and detached two car garage. Great for year-around recreation. Open view to the lake.

$180,000

7979 Hyatt Prairie Road #34, Ashland OR 97520

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 These are not traditional-use, historic use, for Hyatt Lake campground.

Not resort. Not marina. Not by any other name.

They do not meet Oregon Land Use Goals 9,11, and 13.

They are not allowed in:

Campgrounds. Campers Cove and Hyatt lake Campgrounds

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7979 Hyatt Prairie Rd, Ashland OR
7979 Hyatt Prairie Rd
14 photos

$209,000

1 br  /  1 ba

719 sqft

Mobile/Manufactured

7900 Hyatt Prairie Rd #13, Ashland OR
7900 Hyatt Prairie Rd #13
15 photos

$169,900

1 br  /  1 ba

625 sqft

Unspecified

7979 Hyatt Prairie Rd #32, Ashland OR
7979 Hyatt Prairie Rd #32

$198,000

1 br  /  1 ba

 

Mobile/Manufactured

7900 Hyatt Prairie Rd #13, Ashland OR
7900 Hyatt Prairie Rd #13

$169,900

1 br  /  1 ba

 

Single-Family Home

http://www.trulia.com/property/3063226043-7979-Hyatt-Prairie-Rd-34-Ashland-OR-97520

 

 

 

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        EMOTIONAL MATURITY LACKED AT MOUNTAIN RESORT AT HYATT LAKE:

 " The mature person has developed attitudes in relation to himself and his environment which have lifted hims above " childishness" in thought and behavior.

Some of the characteristics of the person who has achieved true adulthood are:

1. He accepts criticism gratefully, being honestly glad for an opportunity to improve.

2. He does not indulge in self-pity. He has begun to feel the laws of compensation operating in all life.

3. He does not expect special consideration from anyone.

4. He controls his temper.

5. He meets emergencies with poise.

6. His feelings are not easily hurt. He accepts the responsibility of his own acts without trying to " alibi."

7. He has outgrown the " all or nothing" stage.

8. He recognizes that no person or situation is wholly good or wholly bad, and he beings to appreciate that.

9. He is not impatient at resonable delays. He has learned that he is not the arbiter of the universe and that he must often adjust himself to other people and their convenience.

10. He is a good loser. He can endure defeat and disappointment without whining or complaining.

 

 

   THIS IS A TRUE RV - NO LOOPHOLES -

 

                                   PLANTE AND MCNEELY ASKED:  

 

  "  WHO WOULD WANT A DINGED-UP  

WHEN THEY CAN HAVE CADILLACS UP THERE. " (HIS PARK MODEL TRAILER-TRASH)

 

 

 WELL WE ASK...WHO WOULD WANT A MCNEELY, MOBILE HOME PARK OR CABANA

ON A CAMPGROUND ON A FOREST RESERVE ZONED LAKE ?

 

 JUSTICE FOR DAVE AND TRUE  BOYS ~

 

COURT DOCUMENTS: CERTIFIED STATEMENTS ABOUT BOB MCNEELY, JEAN PLANTE, MCNEELY'S  NORWESTER BUSINESS

 

 

                                      CERTIFIED STATEMENT OF

MR. ARNIE LINK

1. My name is Arnie Link, and I am the president of Link Bros.

Distributing Co., Inc., and reside in Chehalis, Washington.

2. On May 23, 2006, Link Bros. Distributing, as landlord, executed a

lease agreement with Nor’Wester Industries, Inc. as tenant for office and warehouse

space at 1722 Bishop Road in Chehalis. The lease was for five years, commencing

May 10, 2006, and terminating May 9, 2011. The monthly rental is $7,260.00. It’s a

triple-net lease, so with monthly charges for insurance and taxes, the total due monthly

for 2009 was $8,286.60.

3. A copy of the lease is attached hereto as Exhibit A.

4. Nor’Wester defaulted on this lease, and made its last payment in May

2009.

5. Nor’Wester Industries closed operations and gave me the keys to the

premises above August 7, 2009. Their personnel vacated, and they removed a lot of

their tools and equipment. However, they left behind a number of partially completed

“park model cottages.” On a Sunday at the beginning of August, Nor’Wester loaded

trailers with material, and a semi- trailer based with other property from the premises.

I tried to confront them about it, but got no information from them. Additionally,

Nor’Wester left behind an enormous amount of lumber, building materials, building

supplies, tools and various items of equipment, including two forklift trucks, a number

of large bench tools, scaffolding, large metal frames for cottages, etc. The cottages

and all these materials left behind occupy the entire 24,000 square feet of this

building.

6. It is impossible for me to re-rent these premises with the property of

Nor’Wester Industries still in there.

7. I have a landlord’s lien for two month’s rent ($16,573.20) pursuant to

RCW 60.72.010.

8. RCW 60.72.040 says that a lien may be foreclosed as provided in RCW

60.10. This allows me to foreclose the lien by “summary procedure” under RCW

60.10.030, by disposing of it by “notice and sale” procedure with the proceeds to be

applied under the priority scheme set forth in this statute. The only logical way to

dispose of all of this personal property is by public auction, and I have contacted

James G. Murphy Co. of Seattle to conduct the sale.

9. I am also willing to direct the auctioneer turn over the net proceeds of

the sale (following the auctioneer’s expenses) to the bankruptcy court for distribution

as directed by the bankruptcy court, if this would facilitate obtaining relief from stay.

CERTIFIED STATEMENT
 
 

I declare under penalty of perjury under the laws of the State of Washington

that the foregoing is true and correct.

SIGNED at Chehalis, Washington, on October 29, 2009.

/s/ Arnie Link

ARNIE LINK
 THE COURT OF THE HONORABLE JUDGE SNYDER

CERTIFIED STATEMENT OF

ARNIE LINK - 2

THE LAW OFFICES OF

Mano, McKerricher

& Paroutaud, Inc., P.C.

P.O. Box 1123

Chehalis, WA 98532

Phone: (360) 748-6641 Fax: (360) 748-6644

 
http://www.whaleshead.com/  Whaleshead beach resort

http://www.hyattlakeresorts.com/  MOUNTAIN RESORT AT HYATT LAKE
       A CAMP GROUND AT DAVE'S LAKE.  NOT TRAILER PARK.
 
 
McNeely in April 2009, states  their business was  "  doing fine & that January was their best month ever. "  
 Just months prior to the $ 800,000.  bankruptcy in Chehalis;
 while building / buying the resort.  Owning Whaleshead resort.
 AND
 keeping horses at the Lindsey Place,  on Dave's road ; next door to the other arsoned cabin.  Declaring bankruptcy while claiming to own  (rent-lease to own)  the property from Bill Lindsey.   A " park model RV" used as partial deposit.
 
Attorney who took the statments:  

Richard A. Paroutaud

P.O. Box 1123

Chehalis, WA 98532 Chapter 7

(360) 748-6641

UNITED STATES BANKRUPTCY COURT

WESTERN DISTRICT OF WASHINGTON

IN RE:

NOR’WESTER INDUSTRIES, INC.

Debtor.

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No. 09-47254

CERTIFIED STATEMENT OF

LUELLA HAMILTON

1. I was the operations/general manager of Nor’Wester Industries’

operation located 1722 Bishop Road in Chehalis. I left that position on June 2, 2009,

about two weeks before Nor’Wester closed their doors.

2. After the business closed, I had the opportunity to walk through the

warehouse with the landlord, Arnie Link, to see what Nor’Wester left on the premises.

I am aware that before they closed their doors, the owners of Nor’Wester took two

trailer loads and one semi load of materials and tools off the premises, which also (I

believe) including the appliances that were going to go into the park model cottages

that were under construction at that time.

3. I was asked to give my opinion on the value and disposition options of

the park model cottages that are under construction, and were left at this site by

Nor’Wester.  

4. What I observed were two park models under construction, two frames

for park models, and modular home under construction. The modular home is actually

a two story home, built to different specifications than the park models. The second

floor for the manufactured home is on it’s own trailer. In trying to give an opinion on

the total value of these five items, it is necessary to take into account several factors.

First, some of these units cannot be moved off site as they presently sit. They have to

have windows installed, and be made weather tight. Then you have to have a licensed

professional actually move the unit to another licensed manufacturer who can get the

units completed and titled. The manufacturing cost of the four park models are in the

range of, at most, $3,500.00 cash for the frames (cost of manufacture), and $16,000.00

for the park model, and $30,000.00 for the second park model. At auction, they will

sell for considerably less. I believe the manufacturing cost of the half completed

modular home, as it sits, is about $35,000.00, and again, it will sell for less at auction.

5. In my opinion, a lot of the manufacturing supplies and lumber that were

left behind on the premises is “junk” that was deliberately left behind by Nor’Wester.

They took most of the “uncut” lumber and supplies that could be re-used. A lot of it

doesn’t have a use or market beyond being used for construction of park models, and

therefore would have a very limited interest at auction. So, I estimate the materials at

under $10,000.00. There are some power tools and woodworking tools, and the two

fork lifts, that would have a substantial value. However, I doubt that the total value of

all of those miscellaneous tools and equipment would exceed $20,000.00, and another

$20,000.00 for the two fork lifts.

CERTIFIED STATEMENT
 
 

I declare under penalty of perjury under the laws of the State of Washington

that the foregoing is true and correct.

SIGNED at Chehalis, Washington, on October 30, 2009.

/s/ Luella Hamilton

LUELLA HAMILTON

 

 

                A YEAR LATER THEY GOT NOTHING

         

JUSTICE FOR  DAVE LEWIS  

~ FISHHOOK  ~

      DON'T EVER TELL DAVE LEWIS TO " GET OFF MY DIRT"

            IT IS, WAS, AND ALWAYS WILL BE DAVE'S LAKE

 

                    A YEAR LATER - THEY GOT NOTHING.

       IT IS A CAMPGROUND.      NOT A PRIVATE CABIN RESORT

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A new direction for Hyatt Lake Resort

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The federal Bureau of Reclamation has ordered the removal of the Hyatt Lake Resort restaurant, bait shop and older cabins by next year
 
 
 
 
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Some of the Hyatt Lake Resort cabins have been removed from U.S. Bureau of Reclamation land to private property.
September 01, 2011
Damian Mann

Ongoing legal disputes continue to plague Hyatt Lake Resort, and the U.S. Bureau of Reclamation has ordered the removal of a restaurant, bait shop and older cabins by next year.

"I think it's disgusting that they are going to tear down those old buildings," said Terry Sowerbutts, a 65-year-old who lives close by. "When the restaurant was fully functioning, it had the best views on this mountain."

Resort owners have been locked in legal disputes with the county, federal agencies and people who bought cabins on the property.

Rick Arndt, Pacific Northwest program manager for the bureau, said the lease on 11 acres ends in September 2012 and his agency has asked that all the structures be removed.

According to the bureau's records, there should be a restaurant, about five cabins, two mobile homes and a workshop on the federal land.

The agency earlier found the resort owners had remodeled buildings without seeking its permission, and concerns had been raised about the resort restricting access over the federal lands.

A letter sent by Arndt on Sept. 3, 2009, to the Jackson County Development Services Department asked county officials not to issue any permits for construction or renovation on the federal lands.

Under terms of a 1963 lease, concessionaires of Hyatt Lake Resort need approval by the federal government to build new buildings or remodel old facilities.

Arndt said the existing structures don't comply with modern disability access rules.

He said the bureau will study whether it should manage access to the lake and boat docks on its own, or whether some other agency such as Jackson County or the Oregon Parks Department could take over that responsibility.

The bureau also will require the resort build a different access road to the cabins.

Arndt said his agency might be able to find another concessionaire who wants to build a new restaurant.

He said a lot of ideas are being discussed for the property, which sits next to the dam at Hyatt Lake.

"We need to find what the public demand for recreation in the area is," he said. "Starting fresh won't hurt."


Leonard Faas of Yorba Linda, Calif., took over operations of the resort from Bob McNeely. He said he's been involved with disputes with the county and other agencies as well as residents who own cabins.

"I had a very bad partner that all but ruined the place," he said. "I have some very unhappy residents."

McNeely filed for bankruptcy on Sept. 30, 2009, for Nor'wester Industries Inc. of Washington, the company that built the cabins, which McNeely describes as recreational vehicles.

The county found the resort couldn't install 13 additional cabins on the site. Ultimately, cabins had to be removed off federal land onto the land owned by Faas and McNeely's Campers Cove Resort LLC, which owns both the Hyatt resort and the nearby Campers Cove Resort.

Faas said the county is requiring he seek new permits for the remaining 22 cabins on his property. County officials expressed concern earlier that the cabins might have been built too close together.

One of the cabins on federal land has been moved to Brookings, and another eight cabins have been sold to a California man, Faas said.

At the same time, nearby Campers Cove continues to operate and its restaurant remains open, Faas said.

"We take a lot of pride in it," he said.

Faas said workers have begun stripping out the inside of the restaurant at Hyatt Lake Resort. A buyer for the five cabins has been found and they will be moved, he said.

The legal situation at the resort continues to be in a state of flux, Faas said.

"I spent $1.6 million of my retirement money trying to make people happy," he said. "They're still not happy."

 
 
(What he doesn't say is that he continues ownership with Bob & Donny & Kathy McNeely  & Jeanne Plante; and all have made multi-millions thru the years. Allowing Billy Duke to stay on the place.  But, it is still a good day for justice. Safe Labor Day. Remember Fishhook.

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Dave's lake - - a quiet little, sleepy little,  campground & lake.

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It is not zoned for  a resort. The good Tom Bizeau was right.

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 When red-tagged and told to STOP building,  McNeely. " ordered  the crew to continue

working."   Dave told them to  lay-down-their-tools and Dave did.

  Real  MEN do the right and honest  thing.

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 Site: http://www.mailtribune.com/apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=/20091116/NEWS/911160310
Bob McNeely says he has all the necessary documentation for the changes he's madeHowever, Bob McNeely, owner of Hyatt Lake Resort and nearby C...

Site: http://www.dailytidings.com/apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=/20100405/NEWS02/4050304/-1/NEWS01
Rubenstein's conclusion sent shudders through cabin owners and Hyatt resort owner Bob McNeely, who worried the cabins might have to be removed.McNeely filed for bankruptcy...

Site: http://www.kldr.com/news/local/index.php?start_from=2210&ucat=&archive=&subaction=&id=&
Hyatt Lake Resort owner Bob McNeely says he has the permission.McNeely, who also owns Campers Cove at Hyatt Lake, maintains the restaurant unde...

Site: http://www.kajo.com/news/local/index.php?start_from=2280&ucat=&archive=&subaction=&id=&
Hyatt Lake Resort owner Bob McNeely says he has the permission.McNeely, who also owns Campers Cove at Hyatt Lake, maintains the restaurant unde...

Site: http://www.krwq.com/pages/landing?11-16-09-US-AGENCY-WORRIED-THAT-HYATT-LA=1&blockID=91343&feedID=133
A U.S. agency is worried Hyatt Lake Resort might have run afoul of its lease by remodeling a restaurant and other facilities without permission and using federal property to access private lands. ... However, Bob McNeely...

Site: http://www.kajo.com/news/local/stories.php?subaction=showfull&id=1258385809&archive=&start_from=&ucat=2&
Hyatt Lake Resort owner Bob McNeely says he has the permission.McNeely, who also owns Campers Cove at Hyatt Lake, maintains the restaurant unde...

Site: http://www.emeraldlake.com/pctguide/pcthyat.html
Up until three years ago, those were some of the more charitable appelations applied to the facilities at Hyatt Lake. ... In 2006, Bob McNeely, the operator of a successful resort on the Oregon coast, bought the down-at-...

Site: http://themurderofdavelewis.webs.com/bobmcneely.htm
In 2006 Bob McNeely, Jean Plante and Leonard Faas the operators of a resort on the Oregon coast, invaded and created Mountain resort at Hyatt Lake (7979 Hyatt Prairie Road, and 7900 Hyatt Prairie Ashland), with some misguided and inappropriate ambitious plans modeled on ...

Site: http://www.woodallscm.com/tag/hyatt-lake-resort/
Millions of dollars invested in the Hyatt Lake Resort in southern Oregon are on the line as park model cabin owners fear the fallout from a recent ruling by a Jackson County hearings officer. At the same time, the owner ...

Site: http://www.rvbusiness.com/tag/norwester-industries-inc/

Millions of dollars invested in the Hyatt Lake Resort in southern Oregon are on the line as park model cabin owners fear the fallout from a recent ruling by a Jackson County hearings officer. At the same time, the owner ...

                                    SUMMER   2011 - 2012

" Tearing down the restaurant at the Hyatt Lake Resort in the near future, with no plans to replace it.

The Federal Government Bureau of Rec.  lease will not be renewed.

The  Nor'Wester RVs, as ordered,  will all be removed, from the camp ground .   Mandated  removal of any "  park-models "  over the 22           " RVs" and removed from the Lindsey place on the Dead Indian Road. "

Helicopters are not and will not be permitted to fly or land. 

 

The old Lindsey Place on Dave's road....just a few miles away. 

Less as the crow flys ~ ~ ~ ~ ~

 

                     Dave saw it and honored it every day.

 

JEANNE PLANTE  "JUST LOVED THIS VIEW"  SO DID DAVE

Old Lindsey Place ~ Where Nygren said he was last  seen alive.

                         SHANG--RA--LA     NO-MORE.  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

   They placed this in the  Campers Cove & Hyatt lake  campgrounds calling it an  RV.

 

 

 

    " PARK MODEL RVs "  PARKED AT THE LAKE ~

 " In an earlier part of the decision, the hearings officer concluded"

"The (RV) park model development is not designed or intended for temporary or seasonal use, and the development is not a recreational vehicle park established as the historic use. 

"While the Staff properly concluded that the Applicant justified a lawfully established nonconforming use of a recreational vehicle park at the Resort, it did not analyze whether the park model development that was allowed on the basis of ministerial permits exclusively is a recreational vehicle park as well. Case law establishes that a park model development such as that at the Resort is not temporary or seasonal and that permanent occupancy of spaces by park models is not consistent with the historic use of the resort.

 

The absence of a proper analysis of the new development in comparison to the established nonconforming use, results in the conclusion that the authorization of the 22 park models that have  already been installed was not proper. Those units constitute at least an alteration of the nonconforming use ."

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Hyatt Lake Resort expansion plan denied / KDRV reports:

 

 When told to STOP by the County- don't hide workers  out back and tell them to keep working. Cause that's against the law.

 ILLEGALLY INSTALLED MULTIPLE   RVS AND  an " RV "  OFFICE   AT DAVE'S LAKE WHICH  HE   LOVED AND FISHED JUST FINE FOR 25 YEARS....ROLL EM OUT.

 

 "  Life: 
JEanne Marie Plante said:  I am happily married to a man I've been with for almost 30 years. We own several businesses, and are quite content, but very busy. We have our pets, and I have four step children and 9 grandchildren, all of which I love deeply. We have a great life, travel to Jamaica on a regular basis, and enjoy each others company greatly.  Look forward to hearing from a voice from the past. "

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

317944-98 - PUBLIC RECORD - 720963-90

 

   

 

CAMPERS COVE RESORT  LLC.

MOUNTAIN RESORT AT HYATT LAKE, INC.

  2006 - 2008- - -

 

7900 HYATT PRAIRIE ROAD

7979 HYATT PRAIRIE ROAD

 

 

 

 

 

 

KATHY MCNEELY-  REGISTERED AGENT

19921 WHALESHEAD ROAD

BROOKINGS, OREGON 97415

 

 

MAILING ADDRESS:

18841 SUNNYVIEW CIRCLE,

YORBA LINDA, CAL. 92886

 

 

 

DON MCNEELY - MEMBER

19921 WHALESHEAD ROAD

WHALESHEAD BEACH RESORT

BROOKINGS OREGON 97415

 

KATHY MCNEELY- MEMBER

19921 WHALESHEAD ROAD

BROOKINGS, OREGON 97415

 

LEONARD A. FAAS, JR.- CO-TRUSTEE- - MEMBER

THE LEONARD & PATRICIA FAAS FAMILY TRUST

19921 WHALESHEAD ROAD

BROOKINGS OREGON 97415

 

JEAN PLANTE- MEMBER

BOX 1127

KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON 97601

 

BOB MCNEELY- MEMBER

BOX 1127

KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON 97601

 

 

PATRICIA A. FAAS, CO-TRUSTEE - MEMBER

THE LEONARD & PATRICIA FAAS FAMILY TRUST

19921 WHALESHEAD ROAD

BROOKINGS, OREGON 97415

 

LEONARD FAAS- MANAGER

18841 SUNNYVIEW CIRCLE

LOMA LINDA, CALIFORNIA  92886 

 

 

 THE GUYS ON HYATT LAKE

 

 

 

   D.E.L. THE BEST FISHERMAN ON   HYATT                                                                               25 YEARS

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

         Hyatt Lake Resort expansion plan denied
 
    The owner was trying to construct permanent structures.

 

McNeely & Plante created a MOBILE HOME PARK.

                                                    ILLEGALLY

 THIS IS AN  " RV "  FOR DAVE'S HYATT LAKE  ~ ~  ~

 

 

  NOT THIS    

" PARK MODEL  RV  "     THAT RENTS

Prices range from $119-$169 (winter rate)

$129-$189 (summer rate) per night - (based on 2 person occupancy, extra charge for extra people).

HOW MUCH TO SET-UP A PUP-TENT ???

 

WHERE IS THE CAMPGROUND ? ? ?

 HITCH EM UP AND ROLL EM  OUT !

 

 

USE  DAVE'S BOOM TRUCK ~ HE WOULD OFFER   ! 

                                 ~ YOU BETCHA  ~ 

 

 

Recall the Sheriff. Roll out the RV. Shangrala no more

 

 

 

 

Ongoing legal disputes continue to plague Hyatt Lake Resort, and the U.S. Bureau of Reclamation has ordered the removal of a restaurant, bait shop and older cabins by next year.

 Terry Sowerbutts, a 65-year-old who lives close by.

 

 

 

Resort owners have been locked in legal disputes with the county, federal agencies and people who bought cabins on the property.

Rick Arndt, Pacific Northwest program manager for the bureau, said the lease on 11 acres ends in September 2012 and his agency has asked that all the structures be removed.

According to the bureau's records, there should be a restaurant, about five cabins, two mobile homes and a workshop on the federal land.

The agency earlier found the resort owners had remodeled buildings without seeking its permission, and concerns had been raised about the resort restricting access over the federal lands.

A letter sent by Arndt on Sept. 3, 2009, to the Jackson County Development Services Department asked county officials not to issue any permits for construction or renovation on the federal lands.

Under terms of a 1963 lease, concessionaires of Hyatt Lake Resort need approval by the federal government to build new buildings or remodel old facilities.

Arndt said the existing structures don't comply with modern disability access rules.

He said the bureau will study whether it should manage access to the lake and boat docks on its own, or whether some other agency such as Jackson County or the Oregon Parks Department could take over that responsibility.

The bureau also will require the resort build a different access road to the cabins.

Arndt said his agency might be able to find another concessionaire who wants to build a new restaurant.

He said a lot of ideas are being discussed for the property, which sits next to the dam at Hyatt Lake.

"We need to find what the public demand for recreation in the area is," he said. "Starting fresh won't hurt."


Leonard Faas of Yorba Linda, Calif., took over operations of the resort from Bob McNeely. He said he's been involved with disputes with the county and other agencies as well as residents who own cabins.

"I had a very bad partner that all but ruined the place," he said. "I have some very unhappy residents."

McNeely filed for bankruptcy on Sept. 30, 2009, for Nor'wester Industries Inc. of Washington, the company that built the cabins, which McNeely describes as recreational vehicles.

The county found the resort couldn't install 13 additional cabins on the site. Ultimately, cabins had to be removed off federal land onto the land owned by Faas and McNeely's Campers Cove Resort LLC, which owns both the Hyatt resort and the nearby Campers Cove Resort.

Faas said the county is requiring he seek new permits for the remaining 22 cabins on his property. County officials expressed concern earlier that the cabins might have been built too close together.

One of the cabins on federal land has been moved to Brookings, and another eight cabins have been sold to a California man, Faas said.

At the same time, nearby Campers Cove continues to operate and its restaurant remains open, Faas said.

"We take a lot of pride in it," he said.

Faas said workers have begun stripping out the inside of the restaurant at Hyatt Lake Resort. A buyer for the five cabins has been found and they will be moved, he said.

The legal situation at the resort continues to be in a state of flux, Faas said.

"I spent $1.6 million of my retirement money trying to make people happy," he said. "They're still not happy."

 

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 The laws are the laws for everyone. Still not happy. That's right. Roll them all out.Because it's not about how much money you have made or spent. It's about the laws. Our laws. For one. For all. For Hyatt lake campground.

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 What is being over-looked is that this is all happening in a forest. There are guidelines for how far away these " park models" are allowed to be placed from each other and there are full-size propane tanks on each and every RV. It makes no sense and the laws were not followed (which apply equally to all). It is beyond fire hazard, cut and dried.

Thursday, September 01, 2011, 5:15:51 PM
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I think its so funny to bad they cant make them take everything out.Yes the cove need work but they never got permitted to do the work.Every cabin is not legal to close together.They are only zone for maybe 23 RV's not cabins.Do you think if anyone that lives up there wanted to do want these people did would get by with it NO they wouldnt.Do you think that everyone who built there house's got by with not getting a permit .Don't think so ask everyone around there.I think they should make them take every one of those so called RV"S out.How do I know this I lived there for 20 yrs
Thursday, September 01, 2011, 1:31:03 PM
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R_Dude20
Some friends and I stayed in one of the cabins two years ago. It was really nice, but the manager of the property, Bill Duke, was extremely rude and condescending. Would not go back because of him.
Thursday, September 01, 2011, 9:21:38 AMLiked by
 
This is a great thing. They are RVs according to them, roll them out. They should never have been permitted and what they have done to these campgrounds is outrageous. Can I put a Walmart in, because I want to and a few individuals profit. These RVs sell for up to $ 240,000.00 and then are rented out (which is also not legal).  
 
 
"I had a very bad partner that all but ruined the place," he said. "I have some very unhappy residents."  
Len Faas has made and continues to make MILLIONS of dollars on these multiple campgrounds, which he continues to own with Bob McNeely, Donny McNeely and Jeanne Plante. Dig a little deeper.
Thursday, September 01, 2011, 6:41:35 AM
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Ok, we have 2 powerful, strict bureaucracies here, the BLM and JACO. In plain sight, a company managed to expand and develop land and structures on Federal land, and on property located in Jackson County. As usual, as long as the populace bows to their masters and complies with outrageous fees, all is well. The "rules" to protect us all are only enforced when we submit to them. Where were the BLM employees and County inspectors when this was going on? Too far from a Dutch Bros. to venture away? Now, as usual, the agencies scrambled to point fingers, and the people that were snake oiled into buying these trailers are screwed, again. Turn the lake operation over to the county? Just what we need! I can't blame Californians for this, but I can blame the lack of attention to the agencies and greed to the owners of the resort.
Thursday, September 01, 2011, 4:22:35 AM
 
My understanding is that Mr. McNeely was entrusted to give an accurate account of the number of RV fixtures present when he purchased the property and the accuracy of that count has been disputed. It's always been a strange issue that "Park Model" trailers are listed as RV's. As best I understand it, it was just kind of a quick and dirty solution to categorizing them that the DMV came up with. Probably because of the "X" plates the DMV issued on Manufactured Homes. Mr. McNeely had used this same loop hole technique successfully in several jurisdictions in Oregon and Washington.  
I certainly don't think the owners of these properties are at fault. They bought them in good faith. Permits were issued on all of them and all the installations and contruction of the cabanas and decking was inspected. The purchasers had no reason to believe anything was amiss. It's sure no laughing matter that those honest folks got hurt by this.
Thursday, September 01, 2011, 7:08:16 PM
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Ralph
Another example of Californians screwing up things for everyone.
Thursday, September 01, 2011, 1:59:20 AM
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Too bad McNeeley is from Washington... otherwise I would agree.
Thursday, September 01, 2011, 4:37:10 PM
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Actually McNeely is from K-falls and equally culpable brother Donny too. Go figure.

 

 

 Nor'Wester "RV"  DOES NOT BELONG AT HYATT LAKE CAMP GROUNDS  or CAMPERS COVE 

NEVER DID AND NEVER WILL......... 

 

 " There are 25 new, privately owned RVs  at Camper's Cove. 18 are currently available as Overnight Rentals. Nightly base prices range from $99-$169 per night (winter rate), $119 - $189 (summer rate)
depending on the size of RV.  Base rate for two people, extra charge for additional people.  Some pet friendly  available.  Weekly rates & seasonal specials available.
All  feature hot tubs. Many units have sleeping lofts and some have enlarged living rooms.  
Many  also have a nice view of Hyatt Lake.

RV Cabins sleep from 2 in the small cabin to a maximum of 6 people in the large cabin.
RV Cabins are fully furnished, right down to the dishes, coffee pots, toasters, pots & pans, silverware, satellite TV, DVD players, BBQ's and linens. Just bring your clothes and food...or dine at the

Resorts "Cove Restaurant" or Hyatt "Pizza Parlor".

CABINS ARE NOT ZONED AND DO  NOT BELONG IN HYATT LAKE  CAMPGROUNDS ! ! !

JUSTICE FOR  DAVE LEWIS  

~ FISHHOOK  ~

 

Travel  Review ~ "  Poor Management 3/11/11 "

" I like nothing about this resort. I never made it there. My husband and I followed the directions on the website. This was my birthday present. When we got to the turnoff off HWY 66 we met snow. The snow was so deep and slushy that my toyota corolla was spinning the first mile. After trying our best to get there we finally had to turn around before we were stuff on the road.

 We tried to cancel and the manager was rude and said he would charge us anyway. He basically told us it was our fault for not knowing that road would be too snowy and its not his job to tell us when we made the reservations.

 I hope no one ever stays at that resort. It is obviously named wrong and shoudl be called The Hyatt Lake enter at your own risk. Not a resort!!!! "  

        HIRED    BY    PARTNERS   PLANT &  MCNELY

                                 DAVE'S LAKE FROZEN OVER

 

 

 ILLEGAL

TRAILER PARK OFFICE

HAD TO BE ORDERED  CLOSED AND REMOVED.  CEASE & DESIST.

JEAN PLANT OWNER AND PARTNER CAN TAKE CARE OF THAT

 

 

 

 

 

EASY,  THEY ARE PARK-MODEL RV - - - ROLL EM OUT

                                     ZOOM. ZOOM. ZOOM. 

                BEING RUDE IS NOT VERY COMPLIMENTARY.

            "WE HOPE YOU ARE HAVING A WONDERFUL DAY "

 

A SIMPLE LITTLE CAMPGROUND.                                     NOT TRAILER PARK.  DAVE'S HYATT LAKE.

A SIMPLE LITTLE CAMPGROUND WHERE GREAT FISHERMEN FISHED...

 UNTIL EVERYTHING CHANGED FOREVER.

JUSTICE FOR DAVE.

 

Where is the campground

 

 

 BOBBY McNeely, DON McNEELY-   JEANNE PLANTE 

 

                                               BOB MCNEELY ON TV

      FACTUALLY  MUCH OF WHAT IS STATED IN THIS INTERVIEW IS INACCURATE.

THERE WAS NO HEARING PRIOR TO NORWESTER BANKRUPTCY BEING IN MOTION.

FACTUALLY, THERE WAS NO HEARING OFFICER'S DECISION PRIOR TO THE BK.

FACTUALLY, THIS IS A CAMPGROUND, NOT A RV TRAILER PARK WITH SIDE-BY-SIDE

PROPANE TANKS PERMITTED. HOT-TUBS, CEMENT WALKWAYS, ICE CREAM PARLOR!

 LOOPHOLES DO NOT MAKE GOOD BUSINESS PRACTICES.

 

          HYATT LAKE IS DAVE LEW'S  LAKE  ~~~   NOW -  FOREVER - ALWAYS

DAVE WORKED AND BUILT MOUNTAIN RESORT AT HYATT LAKE AND CAMPERS  COVE.  DAVE WAS THREATENED BY BOB  MCNEELY,  NEAR HYATT LAKE.  

MCNEEL BOUGHT TWO CAMP GROUNDS AT HYATT LAKE IN 2006 AND ATTEMPTED TO TURN THEM INTO "RV"  RESORTS ~ 

PARTS HAVE  BEEN DEEMED  ILLEGAL AND AGAINST THE LAW. CONTINUED BUILDING HAS BEEN STOPPED AND LITIGATION HAS COMMENCED. 

MANY INVESTORS LOST MONEY, THEIR SAVINGS, LARGE DEPOSITS, AND SOME HAD TO DECLARE BANKRUPTCY and LOSE THEIR  RV.  

THE BUSINESSES  ARE  CONTROLLED BY  THESE MEN & DONNY & KATHY MCNEELY  AND JEANNE PLANTE, MCNEELY'S SECOND WIFE. THEY HAVE LEFT A TRAIL OF ANGRY INVESTORS, ANGRY CABIN OWNERS, DISGRUNTLED EMPLOYEES, CUSSED OUT EMPLOYEES.  WHILE NOR'WESTER INDUSTRIES WAS DECLARING BANKRUPTCY IN WASHINGTON, MCNEELY & PLANTE WERE  RENTING-TO-BUY THE LINDSEY PLACE  ON THE DEAD INDIAN ROAD IN ASHLAND OREGON. THEY USED AN RV AS A PARTIAL  ON THE LAND.  PLANTE KEPT HER HORSES AND HORSE TRAILER THERE. PEOPLE WERE HURTING FROM LOSING MONEY TO JEAN PLANTE AND SHE KEPT HORSES.

              

            THIS LAND IS FOREST-RESERVE ZONED FOR A CAMPGROUND

                                            NOT A TRAILER-RV PARK

                

                     

              

               

             - - -  ZONED AS A CAMPGROUND,  NOT TRAILER PARK - - -

BECAUSE MCNEELY, PLANTE   HAVE  "RV STATUS"  FOR THESE CABINS, THEY " MANIPULATE THE LAWS"  BY CLAIMING THEY ARE PERMISSABLE IN CAMPGROUNDS;  WHEN THEY SIT-ON-WHEELS,  BEING TRANSPORTED  THEY ARE CONSIDERED  RVs.

 A LOOP-HOLE.

 IN A FEW SHORT  YEARS, THEY  TOOK TWO CAMP GROUNDS AND TURNED THEM INTO MOBILE HOME STYLE  PARKS. COMMON SENSE DICTATES THAT.  THIS DESTROYED THE PEACE & SANCTITY OF HYATT LAKE.

DAVE LIVED AND FISHED THERE FOR 25 YEARS THE BEST  FISHERMAN ON HYATT LAKE.    

CEDAR RIDGE INDUSTRIES: OWNED & RUN BY HAMILTON &  HELEN SHARP 

 LUE  HAMILTON, FORMER  " OFFICE MANAGER,  NORWESTER INDUSTRIES" OPENED ANOTHER MANUFACTURING COMPANY AS   " CEDAR RIDGE INDUSTIRES." 

WHALESHEAD BEACH RESORT WAS ON THE MARKET FOR NINE MILLION DOLLARS.  THAT IS  A LOT OF MONEY $$$ AT WHALESHEAD BEACH RESORT AND MOUNTAIN RESORT AT HYATT LAKE.

THE  WRONGFUL TERMINATION OF  TOM BIZEAU WILL  BE VINDICATED.

WE HOPE THE MOUNTAIN RESORT DAYS ARE NUMBERED BY LEGALITY ALONE;  THE GOVERNMENT-LEASE IS UP FOR BID IN  2012;  IF  IT IS NOT CLOSED-OUT ALL TOGETHER,  WHICH WOULD BE THE APPROPRIATE ACTION.     

 HYATT LAKE IS DAVE LEWIS' LAKE.  NOW, FOREVER AND ALWAYS.  EVERYONE AND EVERYTHING WILL ALWAYS BE HERE TO MAKE SURE THAT IS UNDERSTOOD. THAT IS THE FACTUAL  TRUTH AND IT STANDS TALL AND FOREVER. THOSE WHO HAVE BROKEN THE LAWS, WILL BE HELD FULLY ACCOUNTABLE FOR THEIR ILL-GOTTEN GAINS.  

                                               BOB  MCNEELY

 

 

         THREATENED AND YACKED THAT  HE WAS    "   GOING TO CALL MIKE  "

            GOOD LUCK WITH THAT.     MORE TO COME !  WATCH AND SEE :  

 
 
THE WISE ONE SAID: 
 " ANOTHER INDICATION  THAT  WINTERS IS NOT DOING HIS   JOB PROPERLY "
 
 
 
      CAMPEERS COVE RESORT, LLC AND MCNEELY & PLANTE

                      ILLEGALLY AND WRONGFULLY INSTALLED  TOO MANY

                          " NORWESTER PARK MODEL RVs "

                     at Hyatt Lake leased campground on BLM land; Ashland, Oregon

                    ORDERED REMOVED BY HEARING'S  OFFICER  ROLL EM OUT !

         CAN YOU HEAR DAVE NOW ?  AIDING AND ABETTING IS ILLEGAL TOO

        NO   PROBLEM   THEY   ARE   RVS   ROLL EM OUT  

   AND COHORT...   JUST KEEP DOING WHAT SHE ASKS &  MANIPULATES...   SEE WHERE IT GETS YOU ! ! !

 

 ILLEGALLY INSTALLED MULTIPLE   RVS AND  an " RV "  OFFICE   AT DAVE'S LAKE WHICH  HE   LOVED AND FISHED JUST FINE FOR 25 YEARS....ROLL EM OUT.

 

 "  Life: 
  I am happily married to a man I've been with for almost 30 years. We own several businesses, and are quite content, but very busy. We have our pets, and I have four step children and 9 grandchildren, all of which I love deeply. We have a great life, travel to Jamaica on a regular basis, and enjoy each others company greatly.  Look forward to hearing from a voice from the past. "

 CAN YOU HEAR THAT VOICE FROM THE PAST NOW ???

            AS PUBLISHED IN WOODALLS CAMPGROUND MANAGEMENT 2009

 

 " We wish to point out several inaccuracies in the Oct. 26 Mail Tribune article concerning Hyatt Lake Resort and to highlight some information about this decision and final order handed down by the independent hearings officer, Donald Rubenstein.

That decision was made after a three-month review of more than 1,000 pages of testimony and information compiled by all the parties in the appeal. Rubenstein’s 42-page decision is available to the public at Jackson County Development Services, as is the county planning staff report.

Last May, neighbors were advised of a zoning decision concerning Hyatt Lake. Because we disagreed with the county’s decision to permit development in a Forest Resource Zone, we filed an appeal. As citizens who live in the area, we were also alarmed when neighbors reported sewage flowing from Bob McNeely’s property into the lake.

McNeely contends he is operating an RV resort. We contend he has built a planned unit development (subdivision) on land that is zoned Forest Resource and has been historically permitted as a seasonal campground only. Rubenstein agrees with our assessment.

We are extremely concerned about potential fire and propane explosions. Each cabin that McNeely has built has an attached 120-gallon propane tank, with no setbacks as required for a house. The cabins are as close together as 7 feet, and surrounded by extensive wooden decks and wooden skirting.

A fire expert who testified at the hearing noted, “This density exceeds the setbacks that are required even under a municipal code where the inhabitants have fire hydrants and city fire departments that respond in under five minutes. This resort has no means of suppression for a full structure fire, let alone multiple structures that would surely follow.”

Rubenstein determined there was “no doubt that the risk of fire from the park model development significantly increases the risk of fire both within and beyond the resort.”

In the article, McNeely claims he is entitled to develop 65 RV spaces and has septic licenses from Jackson County for 35 sites. The county found some evidence to support full service to 21 sites, but found no evidence of approved land-use permits or sanitary sewer permits since 1977.

“There were four or five cabins without kitchens that were rented in some winters but there was no overnight winter recreational use of the resort beyond that,” Rubenstein’s decision said.

In fact, many of the alterations for which McNeely sought permits had already been put in place, apparently violating his federal lease with the U.S. Bureau of Reclamation as well as county regulations. He also set up an office and administrative building at the resort without permits. It was red-tagged and ordered decommissioned. McNeely is apparently ignoring the county’s order, as this office continues to be used daily.

In the article, McNeely states, “there is much misinformation, particularly about the cabins, which are clearly designated and designed as recreational vehicles.” We would agree with him as to the misinformation.

According to the Oregon Structural Code, a “park trailer” is an RV “built on a single chassis, mounted on wheels … with a gross trailer area not exceeding 400 square feet when in the set-up mode.” The hearings officer found that many of these “park models” set up at Hyatt Lake Resort are actually “two park models attached to one another to form structures that are wider than 30 feet and far in excess of the 400-square-foot limit that governs park model structures. Additionally, many of them have second stories and dormers and lofts, and all of the units have hot tubs. They are advertised as capable of sleeping between two and six people. Evidence establishes that units are used to sleep as many as eight.”

McNeely clearly does not see these units as RVs either, as he openly advertises them as “cabins” and “destination homes.” We encourage people to drive to Hyatt Lake to judge for themselves whether the units resemble RVs or permanent houses.

McNeely blames the county and his neighbors for his financial woes. We contend that Campers Cove LLC did not follow proper procedures.

Admittedly, the county made mistakes in allowing this development to occur in the first place. However, through public input and testimony — a right we may all exercise because we do not live in a communist country — the hearings officer determined what was necessary to correct these errors. It’s now the public’s job to support the county in seeing that the final decision and order are carried out if the state Land Use Board of Appeals determines it should be."

 THIS NORWESTER PARK MODEL " RV" DOES NOT CONFORM TO THE CAMPGROUND

STANDARDS AND REQUIREMENTS FOR THE CAMPGROUND  (NOT A RESORT)

DOES NOT  MEET  STATE REQUIRED LAND USE GOALS

 

BOB MCNEELY & MOUNTAIN RESORT AT HYATT LAKE FINED $$$$

MOUNTAIN RESORT AT HYATT LAKE FINED $ 1,800.00    SEPTEMBER 2010

 

HYATT LAKE IS THE FISHING LAKE WHERE DAVE FISHED FOR 25 YEARS~

 

IN 2006 BOB MCNEELY & CO-HORTS  TOOK TWO  HYATT LAKE CAMPGROUNDS AND ATTEMPTED TO TURN THEM  INTO  " RV RESORTS." 

 

 " CAMPERS COVE &  MOUNTAIN RESORT AT HYATT LAKE "

 

DAVE BUILT THESE RESORTS WITH HIS HANDS, HUMOR AND HARD WORK.

 

TWO YEARS LATER, DAVE LEWIS WAS DEAD.

 

 

THEY CALL THIS AN  RV /// THEN PUT THEM IN CAMPGROUNDS FOR 20  YEARS.

 

THE WAY BUSINESS PARTNERS  LEONARD  & PAT  FAAS,  MCNEELY & JEAN PLANTE SKIRTED  THE LAW-

OBTAIN   " RV PARK MODEL"  STATUS

THEY  CALL THIS AN   RV  

- -  LIKE THE KIND YOU DRIVE.  AN " RV "  ON WHEELS.

THEY  "PARK"  THEM IN CAMP GROUNDS, CLAIMING THEY ARE TEMPORARY.

THEN SELL AND RENT THEM, AND RENT THE SPACES THEY ARE PARKED ON.

 

THERE ARE MULTIPLE COURT CASES.   OREGON LAND USE BOARD OF APPEALS 

IS  APPROPRIATELY  INVOLVED. THERE WILL BE JUSTICE.

PEOPLE ARE DISGUSTED  & AMAZED HOW  THIS COULD HAPPEN.

JACKSON COUNTY NEEDS TO REVERSE THESE MISTAKES AND COURSE.

 

NEW COMMISSIONERS ARE  ELECTED.  

THESE NORWESTER RVs (WITH HOT TUBS & LANDSCAPING)  DO NOT BELONG AT  HYATT  LAKE CAMPGROUND ! 

 

IN THE MEANTIME, JACKSON COUNTY, OREGON  FINALLY TAKES APPROPRIATE, PRACTICAL, COMMON SENSE,  LEGAL  &  NECESSARY ACTIONS:

 

Bill Duke General Manager of Hyatt Lake Resort and Campers Cove Resort, pled guilty to the septic violation. He received the maximum fine and 60 days to correct the problem. Leonard Faas- Majority Owner of the resorts, accompanied by Bill Duke, met with county building officials. Citations were  issued regarding 3 of the outstanding cases; building permits, hearing officer decisions, and removal of all unapproved structures; including decommissioning the unapproved sites.

 

Bill Duke  pled guilty to all counts, and was prepared to show plans to rectify the issues. They received a total of $1,800.00 in fines $600.00 owed now and another $600.00 from a past case due.  They  were granted small amounts of time to get permits or remove the buildings in question.

 

" Helicopter  Aviators  have also been told, by current management at the resorts, to dis-continue landing at the resort property, one  does not sound cooperative, but plans by the resort management should solve their side of the issue."

                BOBBY WAYNE MCNEELY

 

 

        " In an earlier part of the decision, the hearings officer concluded"

"The (RV) park model development is not designed or intended for temporary or seasonal use, and the development is not a recreational vehicle park established as the historic use. 

"While the Staff properly concluded that the Applicant justified a lawfully established nonconforming use of a recreational vehicle park at the Resort, it did not analyze whether the park model development that was allowed on the basis of ministerial permits exclusively is a recreational vehicle park as well. Case law establishes that a park model development such as that at the Resort is not temporary or seasonal and that permanent occupancy of spaces by park models is not consistent with the historic use of the resort.

 

The absence of a proper analysis of the new development in comparison to the established nonconforming use, results in the conclusion that the authorization of the 22 park models that have already been installed was not proper. Those units constitute at least an alteration of the nonconforming use ."

 

  "  We'll have a great big fireplace to warm up," he said.

 said Tony Mineo...

Big new windows offer diners a view of the lake. Behind the restaurant up to 26 cabins will be built and the parking lot will be paved. New docks will be installed along the lake.

The Campers Cove property is about two acres with another two acres leased from the federal government.

 Hyatt Resort, a short distance away on Hyatt-Prairie Road, will soon have a new pizza parlor and ice cream bar as well as a mini-mart and new gas station

DAVE LEWIS LOVED IT JUST THE WAY IT WAS.

 

A TEMPORARY SEASONAL USE CAMP GROUND ???

 

 " NORWESTER PARK MODEL  RVs"  IN THE CAMP GROUND...

A " RESORT " DOES NOT FIT THE   TEMP-USE   ENVIRONMENT

 ROLL EM OUT....

 

ALREADY DEEP  INTO BANKRUPTCY PRIOR TO ANY JACKSON COUNTY OREGON, HEARING  OFFICER'S  DECISION

 

 

 

 

NOR'WESTER INDUSTRIES, INC.  OF CHEHALIS, WASHINGTON  IS  ONE OF SEVERAL BUSINESSES  WHICH JEAN PLANTE AND BOB MCNEELY OWN.   IT  WAS CLOSING PRIOR TO ANY JACKSON COUNTY OREGON, HEARING OFFICER'S DECISION.

SEVERAL " RV"  ARE  ON THE LINDSEY PLACE, ON THE DEAD INDIAN ROAD, ASHLAND, OREGON.   

 

OTHER RV ARE PICTURED BELOW, WHICH SIT ON A CAMPGROUND 20 MINUTES FROM ASHLAND.

THREE  CAMPGROUNDS  (WHALESHEAD IN BROOKINGS, OREGON) ARE OWNED BY A SMALL HANDFUL OF KNOWN ASSOCIATES TO MCNEELY AND PLANTE.

 

 

October 26, 2009 - Millions of Dollars Down The Drain?

  " Millions of dollars invested in the Hyatt Lake Resort are on the line as cabin owners fear the fallout from a recent ruling by a Jackson County hearings officer.

At the same time, the owner of the resort, Bob McNeely, filed for bankruptcy on Sept. 30, 2009 for Nor'wester Industries Inc. of Washington, the company that built the cabins, which McNeely describes as recreational vehicles  ( RV )

On Oct. 13,  2009  McNeely filed an appeal with the Oregon Land Use Board of Appeals over the Jackson County hearings officer's decision that finds the county Planning Department erred when it allowed 22 units on the property in the first place.

Owners of the cabins, who have agreements to rent them out for $150 or more a night, now are worried about their $150,000 to $200,000 investment, and the fear has spread to nearby Campers Cove, where another 25 units have been installed. Most of the owners live in Jackson County. ( in a campground ? )

"I think everybody is pretty stressed out and concerned," said Robin Schooler, who owns one of the small cabins at the Hyatt Lake Resort.

The Bonanza resident said her dismay about the situation is directed more at surrounding Greensprings property owners who appealed Jackson County's approval of a limited expansion of the resort.

Hearings officer Donald Rubenstein concluded that small cabins referred to by the resort owner as recreational vehicles are, in fact, dwellings that potentially pose a fire danger for the resort and the surrounding forest.

He said the resort 20 miles east of Ashland resembles a high-density residential development with some units only 7 feet apart.

Rubenstein concluded county planners erred in allowing 22 of the cabins at the resort. He rejected a request to add an additional 13 spaces.

Schooler said her husband, Michael, helped Bob McNeely's brother, Don, log some of the trees on the property.

"The whole situation for us is kind of sad," she said. "My husband and Don McNeely are best friends. We're not letting any of this come between us."

Still, Schooler is worried about receiving a percentage of the rent from her cottages that goes back to August, particularly with property taxes now owed. "That's pretty upsetting," she said.

Despite the lack of rent collected from tenants who have stayed in her cabin, Schooler said she and her husband continue to make the payments for the park model and lease of the property from Campers Cove.

Schooler said McNeely told cabin owners that filing an appeal with LUBA would buy an extra 12 to 14 months before any action could be taken to remove the park models.

"We don't want to lose our cabin," she said. "We don't want to lose the resort."

McNeely said he's ready to fight any attempts to shut him down.

"I will go to my grave resolving it," he said.

He said millions of dollars now are tied up in the project, his line of credit has been canceled and his company, Nor'wester, has been shut down and its 105 employees have been laid off. He said he's also laid off more than 30 employees at the resort. So far, he said he has spent almost $150,000 in legal fees. (THERE WERE NEVER 105)

As a result of the publicity, McNeely said he has received 57 cancellations at his resort, but disputed claims he is behind in payments to cabin owners.

He blames both the Greensprings neighbors and the county, which gave him the permits, for the situation that threatens his livelihood.

With the economy in such a slump, he said he doesn't understand why his efforts to clean up the resort and make things better in Jackson County have been battered by local government.

"Honest to God, I feel I'm in a communist country," he said.

If the state does rule against him, he said it would lead to closing other facilities in Oregon that have similar types of recreational vehicles. He cited, in particular,  Howard Prairie and Lake of the Woods.

In addition, McNeely said cabin owners likely will sue him, and he will sue the county if the hearings officer's decision is upheld.

McNeely said the records on his property seem clear. He said he is entitled to 65 recreational vehicle spaces, but only wanted to use 35.   ( RESIDENCES  not ALLOWED)

"I didn't build any sites there," he said. "They were already there."

He said he received septic licenses from the Jackson County Health Department for 35 sites.  (NOT TRUE. )

In the hearings officer's decision, McNeely said he sees the potential to try to shut down nearby Campers Cove.

He said there is a lot of misinformation, particularly about the cabins, which he said are clearly designated and designed as recreational vehicles.

While McNeely struggles to keep his resort going and fend off the county, he said he has noticed local government agencies continue to improve parks and have even proposed an aquatic park in Medford.

"The county owns all of the recreation in the county," he said. "It's a real crying shame what our country has come to."

Members of the neighborhood group Southern Oregon Citizens for Responsible Land Use Planning, said they  understan s why the cabin owners blame the  group. "They have to blame somebody."

But, other landowners have been forced to adhere strictly to county regulations, so he said all her group is asking is the resort adhere to the same rules.

"The whole reason we did this is so the county would give everybody equitable treatment, and so that they would obey the laws that are set up," he said.

The hearings officer's decision is appropriate, even if it means the cabins would have to be removed.

"I think the hearings officer was pretty clear on that," she said. "They are not allowed."

Talent resident Felicia Hazel said she and her husband are very concerned about the investment they've made at Hyatt Lake Resort.

"We got into it as a rental, and that rental would pay for itself, and it hasn't even come close to that," she said. "As far as what happens next, I'm not sure."

Hazel said she hasn't yet received the rental income from August, though she continues to make lease payments on the land.

She said most of the value of buying into the resort is in placing the cabins on the wooded property a short distance from the lake and just off Hyatt Prairie Road.

"The value is gone if we have to remove the park model and the hot tub," she said.

Hazel said she looked at Whaleshead Beach Resort, also owned by McNeely, before making the purchase, and she and her husband were impressed.

Because of the uncertainty, Hazel said, "We need to take a look at what our options are to protect ourselves."

Phoenix resident Fred Riffle owns a cabin at Campers Cove, and he's worried the land-use problems from Hyatt Resort could become a problem for him.

"It's just going to be a complete loss of investment if the county and whoever has their way," he said.

Riffle, 68, said he was counting on the income from the rental of his cabin to help him with his retirement.

He expects to call McNeely to ask him about the back rent in the near future, but wants to give McNeely ample time to resolve the situation.

"We're not going to bug him," he said. "He needs all the time he can get to defend himself."

 IT IS A DESIGNATED  CAMPGROUND.  

AS ADVERTISED FOR SALE $ 81,000.

 

Beautiful Denali Park Model in Campers Cover at Hyatt Lake
 
Just twenty minutes from Ashland
 
This furnished luxury getaway is near the shore at Hyatt Lake

NEAR BY....MORE RVs.....

 

 

The cabin features a queen sized bed, covered deck, electric wood stove, cozy hot tub-spa

The Resort is open year round for the summer and winter with a full service restaurant and bar

Cabin has a view of Hyatt Lake and is situated near a seasonal creek

A perfect mountain retreat

Rental pool opportunities as an income investment are also available

Cabin is located in the Campers Cove Park at Hyatt Lake

No land included  (MONTYLY RENTAL  PAYMENT ALSO  REQUIRED TO BE PAID TO RESORT OWNERS  FOR SITTING ON THEIR  CAMP SPOT )

 INTERNATIONAL SIGN  FOR AN RV

 

BOBBY MCNEELY & JEAN PLANT

  "  A year-round mountain resort with an outdoor skating rink and up to 76 cabins is taking shape at Hyatt Lake.
The Hyatt Resort was purchased  by Campers Cove Resort LLC, made up of Bob McNeely and his wife, Jeanne Plante, and Don and Kathy McNeely. They also bought nearby Campers Cove."

 " There were some land-use laws that were being violated," 

 "If the county made an error, the county should do what's right."

 
McNeely filed for bankruptcy   for Nor'wester Industries Inc. of  Chehalis, Washington, the company that built the cabins.  Prior to ANY Hearing,   ANY Hearing Officer's Decision or legal action taken by Jackson County Planning Division.  

It was no one's responsibility but their own.

 IN A CAMPGROUND ???

Campers Cove at  HYATT LAKE
ASHLAND, OREGON
Cabin:  
  " Premier Location with views of  lake  and forest only 20 miles from Ashland . Fully landscaped with paved front and back entrances. Expansive open and covered deck including BBQ, swing, two patio table sets and protected private Spa accessible in all weather. Fully furnished kitchen, living room with electric fireplace, TV, DVD, VCR. Master bedroom with TV. Loft with queen bed. Includes all furnishings with many extras. Tastefully decorated in bear decor. Meticulously maintained and lavishly furnished by owners. Must see to believe. Restaurant and marina on site. Owners will carry" $159.000

                                                                                              
Asking price: $159,000  

A LIMITED  SEASONAL USE, FOREST RESERVE, CAMPGROUND !

 

    It's about respect.   Rules & laws apply to everyone

                                       Robert Wayne McNeely

               Off  Dave's Lake in less than 3  years

 

 Jeanne Plante McNeely. No horse ranch. No office. No-nothing on Dave's lake.

                           What the Hearing's Officer Concluded:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
 
 
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Hyatt resort expansion went far beyond what county planners were led to believe

FROM THE EDITORIAL BOARD OF THE MEDFORD MAIL TRIBUNE

 

http://www.mailtribune.com/apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=/20091001/OPINION/910010320

 

 

 

 

 

 

" What he did not say is that the owners could have prevented at least some of that pain by not proceeding with expansion for which they did not have permits."

 

" Oregon's much-maligned land-use laws exist for a reason: to protect Oregon residents from development that may run counter to the public interest. "

McNeely & wife Plante continue to vacation in Jamaica, while declaring bankruptcy on Nor'Wester Business which makes the RVs. And while buying the Lindsey Place on the Dead Indian Road for $500,000.00

"Bob has three special rules that he lives by:

1. You are your environment.

2. You are only as smart as your source of information.

3. You should never intentionally emotionally upset someone because we do it enough by accident."

  DAVE LEWIS' LAKE. 25+++ Years and Counting

NO helicopter landing pad. No office. No.No.No

                 - NO -  

 

 

 

 

MOUNTAIN RESORT AT HYATT LAKE                     BUSINESS-NAME DISSOLVED.  RESORTS& PARTNERSHIP REMAIN.

 

317944-98 - PUBLIC RECORD - 720963-90

    

CAMPERS COVE RESORT  LLC.

MOUNTAIN RESORT AT HYATT LAKE, INC.

  2006 - 2008- - -

 

7900 HYATT PRAIRIE ROAD

7979 HYATT PRAIRIE ROAD

 

 

 

 

 

 

KATHY MCNEELY-  REGISTERED AGENT

19921 WHALESHEAD ROAD

BROOKINGS, OREGON 97415

 

 

MAILING ADDRESS:

18841 SUNNYVIEW CIRCLE,

YORBA LINDA, CAL. 92886

 

 

 

DON MCNEELY - MEMBER

19921 WHALESHEAD ROAD

WHALESHEAD BEACH RESORT

BROOKINGS OREGON 97415

 

KATHY MCNEELY- MEMBER

19921 WHALESHEAD ROAD

BROOKINGS, OREGON 97415

 

LEONARD A. FAAS, JR.- CO-TRUSTEE- - MEMBER

THE LEONARD & PATRICIA FAAS FAMILY TRUST

19921 WHALESHEAD ROAD

BROOKINGS OREGON 97415

 

JEAN PLANTE- MEMBER

BOX 1127

KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON 97601

 

BOB MCNEELY- MEMBER

BOX 1127

KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON 97601

 

 

PATRICIA A. FAAS, CO-TRUSTEE - MEMBER

THE LEONARD & PATRICIA FAAS FAMILY TRUST

19921 WHALESHEAD ROAD

BROOKINGS, OREGON 97415

 

LEONARD FAAS- MANAGER

18841 SUNNYVIEW CIRCLE

LOMA LINDA, CALIFORNIA  92886 

 

 

 THE GUYS ON HYATT LAKE

 

 

 

   D.E.L. THE BEST FISHERMAN ON   HYATT                                                                               25 YEARS

 

 

WE LEARN WHAT WE LIVE. BAD SEEDS.

 LOIS MCNEELY WHEELED AROUND (another RV?)  BY SONNY BOY  DONNY MCNEELY

OH THE POWER OF THE GIFTED SEE'R TO SEE OURSELVES AS

 OTHERS

   SEE

    US

mama told me not to come....mama told me not to come....whiskey in my water and sugar in my tea...what are all those crazy things people  sayin' bout '  me ???

mama told me not to come....

 

SHANGRALA OF DAVE'S  DEAD INDIAN ROAD

 WAS IT REALLY ALL SO WORTH IT ???

THE ORIGINAL LINDSEY PLACE, FOR SALE.

 

 SHANG--RA--LA     NO-MORE.  

 AN HISTORIC  RANCH  FANCIED COVERED WITH  " RVs"  

 COMBINED WITH THE LILY GLEN LEASE... NEXT DOOR.

AT THE KENO CABIN TURN-OFF WHERE THE OTHER HISTORIC CABIN WAS

ARSONED TO THE GROUND.     TOTAL DESTRUCTION.  NOT-SO SHANGRALA NOW.

 

 JEAN PLANTE   JUST   " LOVED THIS VIEW "  AND SO DID DAVE ! ! !

EVERY DAY OF HIS LIFE FOR 25 YEARS... AND THEN 2005   THINGS CHANGED.

 

 

 THERE IS A $ 20,000.   REWARD FOR AN ARREST

 

THERE IS A  $  5,000.   REWARD FOR ANY OTHER PERTINENT TIP OR INFORMATION.

 

       NO ONE HAS THE RIGHT TO TAKE ANOTHER'S  LIFE.

                          NOT EVEN IN SHANGRALA.

 

2012 BUREAU OF REC LEASE WILL NOT BE RENEWED TO CAMPERS COVE, LLC.  

 THANK GOD FOR COMMON SENSE.

 

IT IS NOT A RESORT.  IT IS NOT ZONED FOR A RESORT.  

IT IS  A SEASONAL-USE, FOREST RESERVE  CAMPGROUND. 

 ROLL EM OUT. ONCE AND FOR ALL.

  

 ILLEGAL  " RV "   OFFICE   THAT WAS INSTALLED FOR OWNER  JEAN PLANTE TO COLLECT.$$ $$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$

ROLL EM OUT.

THE RESTAURANT LEASE WILL NOT BE RENEWED. ROLL EM ALL OUT.

 

                                                ///  CRITTER ///

 

SLEEPY LITTLE, HAPPY LITTLE HYATT LAKE  

  DAVE'S FAVORITE FISHING LAKE FOR 25 YEARS.

 

Mcneely&Plante claim it is an RV and is not permanent

Cabin 


Cabin # C11 Creekside Cottage and Birdhouse annex
Premier secluded location at Whaleshead Beach Resort, with panoramic view of creek and forest, walking distance to beach. Freshly painted interior, exterior and decks. New verticals, blinds and valences. Lavishly furnished in Lighthouse decor throughout entire cabin. Includes all furnishings with numerous extras. Enlarged living room, electric fireplace, TV, DVD, VCR. Dining for 6, master bedroom with TV, plus loft with queen bed. Includes separate spacious bedroom annex with queen bed, bath, electric fireplace, sofa and TV. Wrap around open and covered viewing decks with patio furniture and BBQ. Protected spa accessible in all weather. Restaurant on site. A must see. Owner will carry. $174,000.
 
 

 

        AN RV DEFINITION IS NOT ENOUGH

  ILLEGAL " RVs"   INSTALLED AT DAVE'S FAVORITE FISHING  LAKE

 BY BOB MCNEELY, JEAN PLANTE, DONNY MCNEELY, KATHY MCNEELY.  WHEREIN A TRAILER-PARK STYLE  ENVIRONMENT WAS  DEVELOPED;  INCLUDING HOT-TUBS,  GARAGES (ONE WHICH BILL DUKE LIVED IN), DECKS, TWO STORY COMBINED WHICH INCREASED FOOTAGE, CEMENT WALK-WAYS,  LAME LANDSCAPING,  PROPANE TANKS ON EACH AND EVERY UNIT.

 

 ALL  IN A FOREST RESERVE SPECIAL USE CAMPGROUND.

 

BILL DUKE " MANAGER " AT HYATT LAKE.  LOTS OF CUSSES TOO.

 

 

Articles  In News

 

 " Hyatt Lake decision was the correct one - 11-08-2009

We wish to point out several inaccuracies in the Oct. 26 Mail Tribune article concerning Hyatt Lake Resort and to highlight some information about this decision and final order handed down by the independent hearings officer, Donald Rubenstein. That decision was made after a three-month review of..."

Feds uncertain if Hyatt Lake owner ran afoul of lease - 11-16-2009

A U.S. agency is worried Hyatt Lake Resort might have run afoul of its lease by remodeling a restaurant and other facilities without permission and using federal property to access private lands. Rik Arndt, Pacific Northwest program manager for the U.S. Bureau of Reclamation, said he is still...

 

CAST for Kids event at Hyatt Lake Saturday - 08-14-2008 (WHEN DAVE WAS ALIVE!)

Developmentally disabled kids and volunteer anglers will descend upon Hyatt Lake on Saturday for an annual fishing event that organizers say proves helpful to everyone involved. The CAST for Kids event pairs disabled anglers-to-be with volunteers for an opportunity to take a boat ride on this lake...

 

Hyatt Lake resort plans challenged - 06-28-2009

A Greensprings neighborhood group has challenged a Jackson County decision to allow upgrading of a Hyatt Lake resort, fearing it would create sewage problems, harm wells and increase fire danger. At the same time, the resort owners are disputing the planning department's approval because the county...

 

State board blocks Hyatt Lake expansion - 04-03-2010

The Oregon Land Use Board of Appeals this week confirmed Hyatt Lake Resort cannot pursue expansion efforts and left a legal question mark over 22 existing cabins. LUBA determined Donald Rubenstein, Jackson County hearings officer, was correct when he concluded the resort couldn't install 13...

 

Drownings didn't lead to Hyatt, Howard Prairie lakes being closed to ice - 03-13-2009

I thoroughly enjoyed your article Thursday on ice fishing at Fish Lake. It reminded me of a time years ago when ice fishing was allowed at Hyatt and Howard Prairie lakes. Weren't they closed to ice fishing because of some drownings? — Marcy M., e-mail submission The two lakes atop the Dead Indian...

  

BLM fined $5,000 for Hyatt Lake spraying - 01-11-2010

Oregon health officials have slapped a $5,000 fine on the federal Bureau of Land Management for spraying polluted water onto land in the Hyatt Lake recreation area near Ashland. The Department of Environmental Quality found the violations occurred between July 2007 and September 2009 at the BLM's...

 

Hyatt cabins a hit with buyers - 08-06-2008

When Medford hairdresser Linda Dyer heard about cabins for sale on Hyatt Lake two years ago, she made a quick dash up the hill. "I had looked at Howard Prairie and there was nothing," Dyer recalls. "Then the next day, a client said they're putting cabins up there; I knew I had to be there."...

 

Neighbors charge Hyatt RV park is permanent - 06-30-2009

A seasonal campground at Hyatt Lake has been illegally converted into a year-round, high-density recreational vehicle park, a Greensprings neighborhood group charged during a Jackson County public hearing Monday. "It has morphed into what I would call an immobile home park," said Medford resident...

 

Ruling puts brakes on Hyatt Resort expansion - 09-29-2009

A Jackson County hearings officer has ruled against expansion plans at Hyatt Lake Resort in a decision that could lead to the removal of cottages, a restaurant and other improvements. In a 53-page decision mailed out Friday, Donald Rubenstein concluded that small cabins referred to by the resort...

 

Hyatt resort owner can't expand, state land board rules - 04-02-2010

A state land-use board has concluded Hyatt Lake Resort cannot pursue expansion efforts, but it left a legal question mark over the fate of 22 cabins already at the site. The Land Use Board of Appeals determined Wednesday that Donald Rubenstein, the Jackson County Hearings officer, was correct when...

 

Hearings officer rejects Hyatt resort expansion - 09-28-2009

A Jackson County hearings officer has rejected expansion plans at Hyatt Lake Resort and has nullified earlier planning decisions that allowed for densely packed dwellings on the property. In a 53-page decision mailed Friday, Donald Rubenstein said what the owner of the resort describes as park...

 

Millions of dollars down the drain? - 10-26-2009

Millions of dollars invested in the Hyatt Lake Resort are on the line as cabin owners fear the fallout from a recent ruling by a Jackson County hearings officer. At the same time, the owner of the resort, Bob McNeely, filed for bankruptcy on Sept. 30 for Nor'wester Industries Inc. of Washington,...

( BOB MCNEELY & JEAN PLANTE WERE DEEP INTO THE PROCESS OF BANKRUPTCY PRIOR TO ANY HEARING OR HEARING OFFICER'S DECISION)

 

THE SAME TRAILER-PARK BUILT AN ILLEGAL HELICOPTER LANDING PAD, WHICH HAS BEEN REPEATEDLY USED BY THE SAME SMALL GROUP. ILLEGAL LANDINGS, ILLEGAL TAKE-OFFS, TRAINING CHINESE PILOTS AND  NOISY TO THE FISH :

 

 

 

Geo Street Claims to Have Been Hyatt Lake Contractor

 

 

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WHERE IS THE CAMPGROUND ?

  

 

 

IT IS ZONED SEASONAL USE ,  NOT YEAR ROUND.

 IT IS ZONED FOREST RESERVE 

NON-CONFORMING LIMITED USE -

CAMPGROUND

 NO BIG-MARTS ALLOWED EITHER.  SORRY.

  

AND MULTIPLE RV OWNERS, STOP LANDING HELICOPTERS ILLEGALLY.

 CAN YOU HEAR DAVE NOW ???

NO BUILDING ON BLM LAND WITHOUT PERMITS.

NO FLY-INS FOR LUNCH, NO SALYER HELIO PILOTS, A SMOKE, A JOKE,  A DRINK, AN OVER-NIGHTER, A SWIM ON A HOT SUMMER NIGHT. A HORSE BACK RIDE. A SNO-CAT TOUR. OR YELLING.

IT WAS A SLEEPY-LITTLE  SPOT THAT WAS JUST FINE.

LAND USE GOALS  # 4, 11 AND 14 MUST BE ADHERED TOO AS WELL.

 

New year-round resort will throw open its doors on Hyatt Lake

http://archive.mailtribune.com/archive/2006/0821/local/stories/hyatt.htm

 August 21, 2006

A year-round mountain resort with an outdoor skating rink and up to 76 cabins  is taking shape at Hyatt Lake.

The Hyatt Resort was purchased three weeks ago by Campers Cove Resort LLC, made up of Bob McNeely and his wife, Jeanne Plante, and Don and Kathy McNeely. They also bought nearby Campers Cove last year.

The family owns the Whaleshead Beach Resort in Brookings.

With millions of dollars that will be invested in improvements at both properties, including new parking and docks, McNeely said, "I believe if we provide a nice place in the mountains, people will come."

Most of the work should be done by Thanksgiving including the new skating rink, he said.

He wants to make a place that will attract snowmobile riders, cross-country skiers and others who just want to enjoy the snow, drawing them in with a cozy cabins and a restaurant.

"We'll have a great big fireplace to warm up," he said.

The old restaurant at Campers Cove, which was dark and dingy with no views of the lake, has been renovated and is open for businesss.

"It was a total dump at one time," said Tony Mineo, who lives in the area and was staining the outside of the newly remodeled restaurant Friday. "This place was so ugly and so filthy." 

Big new windows offer diners a view of the lake. Behind the restaurant up to 26 cabins will be built and the parking lot will be paved. New docks will be installed along the lake.

The Campers Cove property is about two acres with another two acres leased from the federal government.

Hyatt Resort, a short distance away on Hyatt-Prairie Road, will soon have a new pizza parlor and ice cream bar as well as a mini-mart and new gas station.

Bob McNeely said he hopes to build up to 50 cabins on the Hyatt Resort property. Currently there are five old cabins on the 30-acre property with an additional 12 acres leased from the federal government.

He also is looking into adding additional spaces for recreational vehicles.

McNeely said the resort should attract everyone from cyclists, fishers and hunters to motorcyclists, boaters, campers and recreational vehicle owners.

The county plows the roads in winter, and McNeely said the parking lots will be cleared of snow, which was more than 4 feet deep last winter.

He said he wants to make the place as inviting as possible for Rogue Valley residents who want to go to the mountains, but don't have any place to stay or eat during the winter months.

The cabins are being purchased by private individuals and are then managed by the resort.

He said he has sold 14 cabins at Campers Cove, ranging in price from $115,000 to $165,000.

At Hyatt Resort, cabins will be as low as $65,000 and up to $200,000.

The cabins are actually a type of recreational vehicle that is used in parks and resorts, sold by Nor'Wester Industries Inc.   ( THAT WENT BANKRUPT WHILE  MCNEELY & PLANTE CONTINUED TO BUY THE LINDSEY RANCH ON THE DEAD INDIAN ROAD FOR   $500,000. DOLLARS. AND WENT  OFTEN  TO JAMAICA )

So far, cabins for rent are only available at Campers Cove starting at $129 a night.

 

PERMITTED AND SAFETY CHECKED ? YEA RIGHT.

MCNEELY ASKED,  "  WHO WOULD WANT A DINGED-UP CHEVY

WHEN THEY CAN HAVE CADILLACS UP THERE. "

 

WELL WE ASK....WHERE IS THE CAMPGROUND ???

 IT IS ZONED AS  A CAMPGROUND - - - NOT  DESTINATION RESORT.  

NOPE, NOPE, NOPE.   CAUSE THE LAW & COMMON SENSE  SAYS NO.

 

 THE SNAG AT DAVE'S LAKE.

NOW, FOREVER AND ALWAYS.

 

JUSTICE FOR DAVID !!!

August 2007 - When Dave was alive. Before they brought their insanity to the Greensprings area ~

 http://archive.dailytidings.com/2007/0827/stories/0827_greensprings.php

Last August Bob McNeely, who owns a beach front resort in Brookings, bought the old Hyatt Lake Resort. His intention was to build 50 additional guest cabins, renovate the dilapidated, old restaurant and turn the summer boat launch and tackle shop into a year-round destination. Stocked with trout and often filled with jet skiers and power boats, the 11-acre, man-made Hyatt Lake has traditionally been a popular summer attraction. Any substantial wintertime activity in the Greensprings would be a new phenomenon. 

 ( it is actually a very small natural lake, about the size of Little Hyatt, that was dam-built & reservoir created; as part of the Talent Irrigation District- clear back to Fish Lake / Lake of the Woods and beyond).

After its first operational summer, the Hyatt Lake Resort has given locals another place to eat, added jobs to the local economy and become one of the topic de jour up the Greensprings.

"The giant news on the mountain is the upgrading of the Cove and the Hyatt Lake Resort," Rowlett said. "That's the biggest event in the whole Greensprings area."

Rowlett, a big supporter of the Hyatt Lake Lodge's potential, said McNeely "recognized some opportunities up on the lake and proceeded to redevelop the resort and the Cove. He's done a magnificent job."

Others worry that the resort could alter the lifestyle of the Greensprings.

"We ride our bikes near Hyatt Lake," Schaaf said, noting that he and his family rarely come this way these days and haven't eaten at the Cove, even since the Greensprings Inn closed. "We could ride up on a weekday and not see any cars."

His friend Cam Patterson said, "If it ever turned into Yosemite Valley up here, I would be out of here in a minute."

Debbie Evans, Schaff's wife, added, "We would like it not to get to that. We live up here for a reason."

McGuire, whose own idea for cabins at the Greensprings Inn is not unlike McNeely's business model at Hyatt Lake, pointed out that activity is good for the Greensprings economy.

"We need a critical mass of activity on this mountain to have any business," he said. "All ships rise on a rising tide."

 

Residents of the Greensprings fancy that life moves pretty slow in this mountain community of about 500 people some 2,000 vertical feet above, and 16 miles southeast of Ashland. But like in all of Southern Oregon, life "up the Greensprings," as the locals like to call it, is changing.

A 30-minute drive from Ashland, the closest incorporated city and shopping opportunity, change is happening in the Greensprings as well.

Like Ashland, the Greensprings' school population is decreasing. There were more than 40 students enrolled at the Pinehurst School in 1996 — the one-building campus that serves area students until eighth grade. Last year there were 23 students, and four graduated from the eighth grade. Traffic is increasing in the Greensprings. According to one local man, he now sees an average of 10 cars on a given summer Saturday afternoon compared to half that number in the past.

Unlike the rest of Jackson County, locals say the demographics have not shifted much recently. Ron Schaaf, a long-time resident who came from Ashland, said the Greensprings still plays host to an even mix of libertarians and liberals.

"We've got the conservative right and the liberal left," he said. "And we're all good friends. Because of the winter and the distance to town, we're all in this together."

Schaaf, who is on the Pinehurst School Board and a volunteer with the Greensprings Fire and Rescue department, is sometimes referred to as the mayor of the Greensprings. He said it's an odd moniker from a community that, "wants no layers of government." So anti-establishment is the Greensprings that when the volunteer fire department started up in 2005, it had to promise never to become a cause for new taxes, and instead relies solely on donations, Schaaf said....

Business in the Grensprings

 " Like in all communities, businesses sometimes ebb and flow with the times.

Last year there were three restaurants in the area: the Greensprings Inn, a mom and pop mountain-version of a diner that served as the local hang-out and gossip shop; the Pinehurst Inn, an upscale, fine-dining experience geared towards vacationers and out-and-about Ashlanders; and the Camper's Cove restaurant, a sleepy bar and breakfast joint with a bad reputation off the main drag towards the Dead Indian Plateau. They were the only three store-front businesses in the area.  ( And Pinehurst was the Greyhound bus-stop.  Good thing we didn't know how bad we had it)

Today, all three hold different fates. One is closed and another is scheduled to follow suit. The third has been added to a recently-renovated area resort that has Greensprings residents thinking about the effects of increased visitors to a community that boasts of its seclusion and slow pace of life. "

FOREVER ARROGANT - - " REGARDLESS "

 

 

                                          BOBBY  WAYNE  MCNEELY

 

THE LAWS WERE CREATED AND APPLY TO ONE AND ALL.

THEY ARE TO BE REGARDED, FOLLOWED AND ACKNOWLEDGED.

ALL FOR ONE AND ONE FOR ALL.   THE LAW.  SHOW SOME  HONOR AND RESPECT. 

 

 ILLEGAL RV OFFICE WHICH HAD TO BE ROLLED OUT.  FINALLY.

 

 "  In 2006 Bob McNeely and Jean Plante   the operators  of a  resort on the Oregon coast, invaded  and created Mountain resort at Hyatt Lake  (7979 Hyatt Prairie Road, Ashland), with some ambitious plans modeled on his previous RV trailer park.   The new " rv " in place (actually pre-fabbed trailers trucked into the site) are individually owned by investors (after being purchased from McNeely-Plante's  now bankrupt Nor'Wester Industries which built the cabins), investors then  lease space from the resort, paying additional fees for the rental-pool, cleaning and utilities (as well as property taxes to Jackson County, Oregon). The resort, in turn, rents these out on a nightly basis ( $160.+)  and services them, in a manner roughly analogous to a timeshare management company. The cabins are crowded by  standards, with  kitchens, entertainment media and furnishings, big decks and all the trappings of ski-resort condos.  It's the I-Can't-Believe-It's-A-Trailer trailer park. His operation includes neighboring Camper's Cove, a quarter-mile roadwalk further up the lakeshore. As of spring 2010, McNeely was still embroiled in a legal battle with the law,  who contend that the "trailers" are permanent structures that never should have been permitted on that site. McNeely says he's, "  up and running for the 2010 season regardless.  "

MCNEELY AND JEAN PLANTE'S  CLAIMED 80 ACRES ON DAVE'S ROAD.    UH...NO.

 

 

our 80 acre ranch, and the local views
Location: East of Ashland, OR

WHERE'S THE ICE CREAM AT DAVE'S LAKE ?              A LIMITED  SEASONAL USE CAMP GROUND.

 " We give sno cat tours in the snow in this machine."

 " Another shot  of the lake."

 " Another rental cabin "   NOT RV ?????????

" Better view of front of restaurant "

 

 " These are some summer and winter pictures of our mountain resort "

 

   "  BACKSIDE OF PIZZA PARLOR  "

SAY CHEESEY !!!

 

 

 

 

JANUARY 2008 WHEN DAVE WAS ALIVE !!!

JEAN PLANT  DECLARES BANKRUPTCY FOR ONE BUSINESS-- BUT NOT ALL $$$ 

 

 HMMMM.....  NOT BEING TREATED AS  A SUMMER   SEASONAL  CAMP  GROUND - - -

 TRUCKS,  " PARK MODEL RV "

- - - PROPANE TANKS, HOT TUBS, DISH WASHERS & OVER USE.

 TENT & RV SPACES WHERE ?? 

WHALESHEAD BEACH RESORT ( LISTED  VALUED AT NINE  9 MILLION SOUTHERN OREGON COAST, BROOKINGS OREGON ) IS ALSO OWNED BY THEM. 

ALSO  CAMPERS COVE AND MOUNTAIN RESORT - - - ASHLAND, OREGON

MEANWHILE  DECLARING BANKRUPTCY FOR NOR'WESTER INDUSTRIES

( NOR'WESTER THAT BUILT THE LITTLE    " RV"   UNITS IN CHEHALIS WASHINGTON, TRANSPORTED THEM. DAVE BUILT & INSTALLED THEM, PLANTE-MCNEELY SOLD / RENTED / LEASED TENT SPACES FOR THEM.  )

 $$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$ 

DON'T BURN OUT IN THAT HOT VACATION SUN...

OTHERS LOST THEIR SAVINGS AND DEPOSITS ON CABINS..... IN THE WASHINGTON STATE BANKRUPTCY .  OF RECORD

 

OH THE POWER OF THE GIFTED SEE'R

TO SEE OURSELVES AS OTHERS SEE US.

 

A CAMPGROUND. CAMP - - -  GROUND. NOT ' RV '

 THAT AIN'T IT KID.

 THAT AIN'T IT KID.

THE PATH OF INTENTIONS PAVES IT'S WAY...

   ONCE CAMPERS COVE- ALWAYS CAMPERS COVE

 NOT ALLOWED AT DAVE'S LAKE:

 

 NOT ALLOWED AT DAVE'S LAKE:

 

 " WITH FOUR DISTINCT SEASONS THIS IS A YEAR ROUND DESTINATION RESORT "

 WELL, WELL, WELL NO IT IS NOT

...IT IS ZONED SEASONAL USE 

2. FOREST RESERVE

3. NON-CONFORMING USE IN AN ALREADY PRESERVED FOREST ZONE.

4.  CAMPGROUND !!!

WHICH MEANS IT IS NOT ALLOWED TO BE A DESTINATION RESORT AS ADVERTISED

 IT IS NOT ALLOWED TO BE A " RENTAL INVESTMENT PROPERTY" AS ADVERTISED

 IT IS NOT ALLOWED TO HAVE INDIVIDUAL HOT TUBS FOR   RV (REALLY CABINS)

 IT IS NOT ALLOWED TO SLEEP SIX PEOPLE PER EACH BOGUS  RV (REALLY CABINS)

 IT IS NOT ALLOWED TO HAVE A PROPANE TANK ATTACHED TO EACH   " rv "

IT IS NOT ALLOWED TO GROOM MILES OF SNOW WITH A 7 PERSON TRUCKER SNOW CAT. OR TO USE MILES OF OTHER PEOPLE'S LAND. ZOOM ZOOM ZOOM NO MORE.

IT IS NOT ALLOWED TO HAVE A SELF-BUILT HELICOPTER LANDING PAD

IT IS NOT ALLOWED TO HAVE HELICOPTERS LAND FOR LUNCH, DINNER, A SMOKE, CHINESE TRAINING, SEARCH AND RESCUE, SWIMMING, DIVING, PARKING OR

 BAD ICE CREAM  !!

 IT IS NOT ALLOWED TO BE OPEN YEAR ROUND FOR RV-ING (CABINS REALLY)

IT IS NOT ALLOWED TO HAVE BAD SEPTIC, BAD BUSINESS, OR BAD OFFICE RVS

IT IS NOT ALLOWED TO HAVE AN OFFICE. OR CRITTERS LIVING IN GARAGES.

NOT. NOT. NOT. 

NOT  AT DAVE'S LAKE ~ THE LAW FOR ONE~ FOR ALL

YOU DON'T GET TO DECIDE.

JUSTICE FOR DAVE  25 YEARS FISHERMAN  

JUSTICE FOR HYATT LAKE A SLEEPY              

 QUIET, HAPPY LITTLE SEASONAL-USE          

 FISHING LAKE AND CAMPGROUND.               

ROLL EM OUT.  FOLLOW THE LAW ~

YOU DON'T GET TO DECIDE.THE LAW DOES

BOSS MAN-  OH THE POWER OF THE GIFTED SEE'R TO SEE OURSELVES AS OTHERS SEE US  -

             JEAN PLANTE

 

 DECLARED BANKRUPTCY IN CHEHALIS, WASHINGTON WHILE PURCHASING  $ 500,000.   LINDSEY PLACE  ON DEAD INDIAN MEMORIAL  ROAD.

  CHECK OUT  KENO ACCESS  - NYGREN- LILY GLEN HORSE BARN  / / /  18196 ///  

MONEY CONTINUED /   PARTNERSHIP IN THE NINE-MILLION-DOLLAR WHALESHEAD RESORT

 PLUS  " THE COVE " & MOUNTAIN RESORT AT HYATT LAKE $$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$

                - LOOK AND SEE IF THE COAST IS CLEAR ~  RIGHT IN FRONT   -   

WHAT DO YOU MEAN WE  BUILT ON BLM LAND ???

 DAVE LEW TRIED TO TELL THEM !!!

WAS IT MISLEAD, MISGUIDED OR MISTAKE ? 

TAKE EM OUT -

TIME TO MAKE RIGHT WHAT WAS DONE WRONG

 

FOUR YEARS AGO THANKSGIVING...GOOD OLE DAVE DAYS

 NOT ALLOWED or  PROPERLY PERMITED AT HYATT LAKE:   A  RESORT

                            DAVE'S FAVORITE FISHING LAKE FOR

                     25 YEARS ~ FISH HOOK  DAVE  LEWIS~

 

...  RVs... ROLL EM' OUT ~ DOESN'T MATTER WHAT ANY ONE   WANTS

  IT'S THE LAW ~ IT'S A LAKE.  A SLEEPY LITTLE FISHING LAKE ~ QUIET.

  STRICTLY ZONED AND INTENDED USE  IS VERY LIMITED !!!

SEASONAL-USE CAMPGROUNDS IN A NON-CONFORMING FOREST-RESERVE. FOREST RESERVE. FOREST RESERVE !!!

 

    2006 ~ When David was around ~ with his boom truck building the                             " campground " 

A year-round mountain resort with an outdoor skating rink and up to 76 cabins is taking shape at Hyatt Lake.

 

The Hyatt Resort was purchased three weeks ago by Campers Cove Resort LLC, made up of Bob McNeely and his wife, Jeanne Plante, and Don and Kathy McNeely. They also bought nearby Campers Cove last year.The family owns the Whaleshead Beach Resort in Brookings.With millions of dollars that will be invested in improvements at both properties, including new parking and docks, McNeely said, "I believe if we provide a nice place in the mountains, people will come."

Most of the work should be done by Thanksgiving including the new skating rink, he said.

 He wants to make a place that will attract snowmobile riders, cross-country skiers and others who just want to enjoy the snow, drawing them in with a cozy cabins and a restaurant. "We'll have a great big fireplace to warm up," he said.The old restaurant at Campers Cove, which was dark and dingy with no views of the lake, has been renovated and is open for businesss."It was a total dump at one time," said Tony Mineo, who lives in the area and was staining the outside of the newly remodeled restaurant Friday. "This place was so ugly and so filthy."Big new windows offer diners a view of the lake. Behind the restaurant up to 26 cabins will be built and the parking lot will be paved. New docks will be installed along the lake.The Campers Cove property is about two acres with another two acres leased from the federal government.Hyatt Resort, a short distance away on Hyatt-Prairie Road, will soon have a new pizza parlor and  ice cream bar as well as a mini-mart and new gas station.Bob McNeely said he hopes to build up to 50 cabins on the Hyatt Resort property. Currently there are five old cabins on the 30-acre property with an additional 12 acres leased from the federal government.He also is looking into adding additional spaces for recreational vehicles.McNeely said the resort should attract everyone from cyclists, fishers and hunters to motorcyclists, boaters, campers and recreational vehicle owners.The county plows the roads in winter, and McNeely said the parking lots will be cleared of snow, which was more than 4 feet deep last winter.He said he wants to make the place as inviting as possible for Rogue Valley residents who want to go to the mountains, but don't have any place to stay or eat during the winter months.

The cabins are being purchased by private individuals and are then managed by the resort (with rental space fees paid monthly).He said he has sold 14 cabins at Campers Cove, ranging in price from $115,000 to $165,000.At Hyatt Resort, cabins will be as low as $65,000 and up to $200,000(ITS A CAMP GROUND !!! NOT TRAILER PARK !!!)

The cabins are actually a type of recreational vehicle that is used in parks and resorts, sold by Nor'Wester Industries Inc. So far, cabins for rent are only available at Campers Cove starting at $129- a night. "

                  NO BIG BOX STORE ALLOWED EITHER...

DAVE LEW'S LAKE  ~ NOW, FOREVER AND ALWAYS ~

EVERYONE  LIKED  IT  JUST  THE  WAY  IT  WAS

 CAMPERS COVE - A SLEEPY, LITTLE, HAPPY SPOT - - - DAVE LEW FISHING

JUST THE WAY IT WAS ~

  

                      - - - THE TURKEY - - -                          THANKSGIVING  PAST ---  WHERE'S DAVE  LEW ???

 

                                          BOBBY  WAYNE  MCNEELY