Shalom Mountain road hearing today

Shalom Mountain road hearing today

There are 7 comments on the Pulaski County Daily story from Mar 21, 2011, titled Shalom Mountain road hearing today. In it, Pulaski County Daily reports that:

In less than an hour, county commissioners will meet in their capacity as a "road court" to hear a motion hearing by attorneys for Doug Tillett and Bill Taylor on a longstanding dispute over Lynn Lane, a road running from the back side of Tillett's Shalom Mountain subdivision.

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Jason T

Salt Lake City, UT

#1 Mar 31, 2011
How many times must this waste of flesh, oxygen thief, bible thumping piece of trash loose in court before he gets the point that Mr. Taylor doesn't want him or any of his bad neighbors driving across his front yard.
Jason T

Salt Lake City, UT

#2 Mar 31, 2011
I think his renters and land purchasers and just the public at large should take ol Dougie to court and sue the heck outta him and make him pay for a real road building company to repair the road he built and did a "Doug Tillett" kinda job on it.
marizza

United States

#3 May 17, 2011
i believe is better that mr taylor, have to think what is better to every consumer, people not his personal interest , to have a private pilot is not that important,thats being selfist, couse for us that we are worried about going to work, or our children to go to school we are worried about the easy way to get to work or to go to school and more... specially the hwy 17 is very narrow road and hard to drive in winter, and the river,pls mr, taylor think about other people , the resedince not only your self... i think mr, doug is thinking about the resedince not to have a business thanks
to marizza

Waynesville, MO

#4 May 19, 2011
I assume you live on Shalom Mountain? Did you know what the winters were like here in Missouri? Then why would anyone buy a house on a piece of land where you have to drive down the side of a bluff to get to the highway? Once again America, take the concequences for your dumb decisions. LEAVE MR. TAYLOR ALONE!!! It's not his fault you bought a house up there nor is it his responsibilty to make sure you get to work.
Dedicated Citizen

Jefferson City, MO

#5 Mar 27, 2012
Jason T wrote:
How many times must this waste of flesh, oxygen thief, bible thumping piece of trash loose in court before he gets the point that Mr. Taylor doesn't want him or any of his bad neighbors driving across his front yard.
You must live under a rock to make statments for which you have no knowledge on which to base an informed post. You clearly are not aware that the reason Mr. Tillett has been trying to get the legal system to do the right thing is because the county road which ran past Taylor's property was once a public roadway maintained by Pulaski County road equipment but was closed through the "good boy politics" after Mr. Tillett helped Joe Miller fund another road into his subdivision as a secondary access for safety and convience. The road (Lynn Lane) which the county closed was the only assess road into Shalom Mountain when the property was purchased. The previous Sheriff, J.T. Roberts lived on theis raad as did two Pulaski County Commissioners' personal friends and they helped convince the court to close the road to the public so the sheriff and the commissioner's friends could have restricted access and privacy. Two county employees were intimdated to lie to the court and make false statements in order to keep their jobs. One later recanted his false testimony and provided an affidavit stating he lied to the court. His false testimony was a turning point that convinced the judge to rule the road non-public. I sincerely hope Mr. Tillett keeps the fight to right what has been wronged; not only to him personally but the the nearly 300 residents which are now restrice=ted to one steep hill as the single access; a very dangerous situation especially during inclement weather. This sole access during winter nights has kept families from returning home at night and prevented them from safely going to work in the early mornings. What is right is right and this corrupted ruling to close a county road through politics and false testimonies is defnitely wrong.
Dedicated Citizen

Jefferson City, MO

#6 Mar 27, 2012
Jason T wrote:
I think his renters and land purchasers and just the public at large should take ol Dougie to court and sue the heck outta him and make him pay for a real road building company to repair the road he built and did a "Doug Tillett" kinda job on it.
Another note concerning your uninformed and ignorant posting. Mr. Tillett only roughed in Longview Road and wanted it to stay a county maintained gravel roadway as a secondary access to his subdivision. Jerry Laughlin, owner of Northern Heights, paved this roadway without any subbase preparation; of course it failed.
Dedicated Citizen

Jefferson City, MO

#7 Apr 1, 2012
What makes this situation even worse is the previous Presiding Commissioner, Tony Chrisman while he was in the elected position as Pulaski County Presiding Commissioner, was hired by Bill Taylor to destroy the portion of Lynn Lane that ran past Taylor's home and into Shalom Mountain and extend Mr. Taylor's personal runway over what was deeded as public access by surveyed easement and deeded to Shalom Mountain. Is there a conflict of interest here? I trust justice will eventually prevail in this unfortunate abuse of position at the county level. Shalom Mountain's deeded easement clearly states the easement allows traffic across the easement to Lynn Lane.

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