Bischoff calls town hall meeting to discuss class-action lawsuit against HISID

Friday, February 8, 2013

HOLIDAY ISLAND -- David Bischoff, plaintiff in an illegal exaction class action lawsuit against the Holiday Island Suburban Improvement District, has set a "town hall" meeting for Monday, Feb. 11, at 6 p.m. in the Clubhouse. All property owners are invited to attend.

Bischoff's attorneys, Tim Hutchinson and Larry McCredy of Reece Moore Pendergraft will be present.

The lawsuit contends that HISID has violated state statutes in its recent Assessment of Benefits and has for years collected illegal fees and made illegal contracts outside what the state allows a suburban improvement district to do.

Topics to be covered include the reasons for the suit, how it impacts property owners, what purposes it will achieve, how it affects the continued existence of the district and "basic options on how the entire situation can be dealt with."

The meeting will include an open question and answer session.

"The overwhelming positive feedback and support of the Holiday Island community is much appreciated," Bischoff wrote. "While there are significant issues to deal with, and it will not be inexpensive or painless, Holiday Island's problems can be solved."

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  • This is such a joke but it is a serious situation. This is a case where a minority is tring to force his desires on the majority. He is also stealing the funds that are available in our area. We have joined this area under it rules freely and we elect people to set rules and if they don't perform, we have the right to elect someone else and have them change things. These elected officials are not being paid. It is our responsibility to question what they do and if they do something wrong, we need to run or elect someone else to get things right. If you are of the majority you will succeed in getting changes done. I do not believe that Bischoff has the majority, and he needs to try to use the process. He just wants to pillage the funds. If rumors are correct this is why he left his last residence. He sued and no one wanted him anymore. Looks like the feelings are growing the same way here.

    -- Posted by MizzouTiger on Sat, Feb 9, 2013, at 8:36 AM
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