below you will read excuses for david Itzen from a homeowner that recently moved into Emerald Coast estates , its all a bunch of bunk. Itzen sold the park because he and his brothers couldn't make it work . to much gestapo rule and trying to evict people because they stood up to them using Oregon rules and regulations , not landlord over bearing threats and illegal rules and regulations . he has jumped ship from many obligations and has not fulfilled most . much like Palin from Alaska same old stir it up but can't handle the heat . so Lucie LaBonte is the best choice for commissioner . she has Curry County Residents best interests in mind . not her personal agenda . and as for the 26 acres David doesn't own it anyway his brothers do .. LOL what a joke
Itzen helped get reliable electricity to Brookings ( NOT )
Published: October 28, 2010
Yes, David Itzen abruptly resigned from the Coos-Curry Electric Cooperative board of directors after several terms. As a board member, he helped reform the business model to ensure CCEC prospered in the future. As a board member, he backed the CCEC, CEO, CFO, and Chief Engineer's recommendation to the board to extend the new electric transmission lines to Brookings Harbor.
The CCEC board did not accept this recommendation and he resigned before his last term was up. Then, as a member of an independent group of Brookings-Harbor residents, the CCEC board was persuaded to complete the last six miles of transmission line to Brookings-Harbor. This resulted in reliable and efficient electricity and a $4 million under budget savings for Curry County residents. How is that for a demonstration of commitment and for the good of Brookings-Harbor and Curry County?
Yes, David Itzen developed an age restricted community and sold this community before it was completely occupied. He decided to pursue the county commissioner position and felt that it might be a conflict of interest if he still owned the community. In this, he demonstrated commitment to a principle. He also sold 26 acres of land for the same reason.
Let me point out that he developed this community with considerable thought and effort. Take a look at this outstanding and affordable community. You will notice accommodations for the physically challenged, including walkways without steps and indoor heated pool accessibility.
Oh! He also implemented fair housing aspects.
David Itzen's performance on the Brookings-Harbor School Board speaks for itself.
James Keith Ott