|CAMT ACED OUT OF ACE PROJECT
Purchase Agreement Excludes CAMT Pecuniary Demands - Tobacco Billianaire Will Be In-Charge
|CAMT's Elaine Thorndike with CAMT
board members lost leverage over project.
CAMT was only given flattering and legally
superfluous references in the agreemnt.
| (typos same as original)
From: Jo Ann Miabella Galvan <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Monday, Sept. 05, 2011 10:49 AM
To: Betsey Hale; Bill Cahill; John Duval
Cc: email@example.com; 'Paul
Subject: ACE RFP Final
Betsey, I thought we'd have one last review before the
final document went out. The review cycle time was
Here is the question I wanted to pose prior to the
RFP going out but didn't get to before I saw this email.
United Properties was given a 60 day ERN with the
City of Loveland. Their final response included not
having enough time to make a decision on such a
Now we're going through the RFP process again and
the timeframe given to negotiate an ERN has now be
cut in half to 30 days.
Do you really anticipate that a new developer will be
able to this decision in half the time U.P. could not?
I think this deadline is unrealistic for everyone
involved. I'd like this to be a serious part of our
discussion at Friday's meeting, if it can't happen
No consideration is being given to CAMT's schedule
either at this point. The Wednesday - Friday
developer and tenant tours schedule was put out there
without any regard to our schedules, as were the
developer meetings after proposals are submitted.
JO ANN MIABELLA GALVAN
CHIEF FINANCIAL OFFICER
719 964 3297
PEOPLE + PLANET + PROFIT
Subsiquent emails reflect the lack of availability by
CAMT personnel due to vacation, business travel,
and apparently short work days.
At the risk of quoting former City Manager Don
Williams, Loveland city staff was, "Working at the
speed of Commerce" while CAMT apparently cannot.