Covenant members recently received correspondence from the RSF Association regarding its proposal to purchase the Garden Club. Likewise, members of the Garden Club received a letter and documents from the club regarding this proposed sale. The Association sent property owners within 500 feet of the Garden Club a letter from the RSF Association regarding a Covenant modification affecting the Garden Club’s southern lot parcel seeking to change the current Class “A” Single Family Dwelling to Class “H” Public and Public and Semi Public Uses. A separate RSF Association Explanatory Letter will address the adjacent northern lot, which contains the Garden Club building. These proposed changes of land uses will affect the value of the property current owned by the RSF Garden Club.
Mr. Pitman’s letter published in the March 21 edition of the Rancho Santa Fe Review was not accurate. Mr. Pitman’s headline was incorrect regarding the number of trees; there will be a net loss of 101 trees, not 200. Many trees will be replaced with a more suitable species than the trees that will be taken down. To address Mr. Pitman’s points:
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