Monthly Archives: March 2016
Councilman Jim Burns was involved in getting the County working for RME Subdivision
Loss of access to home means higher property value?

Greenville County, SC, sent us a Notice of Classification, Appraisal & Assessment of Real Estate Tax Year 2015, and claimed…

No County Right of Way

See also this letter and this property inspection report.

Greenville County knew what it was doing
A Crazy School Bus Route

One of the main reasons given in the Roper Mountain Estates’ form letters to Greenville County for commandeering “Roper Mountain…

A Buried Entrance

With a road of Roper Mountain Estates (RME) subdivision conveniently lining up with the private Luest Road, the subdivision chose…

Take the Long Way Home

The green path is the way we used to get home; the red path is the only way we can…

An Illegal Sewer – Part 2

We heard a neighbor who lives in Roper Mountain Estates subdivision complain that he just cannot eliminate the bad smell…

An Illegal Sewer

Although Greenville County Engineer Judy Wortkoetter admitted in the 2001 Greenville News article that the County has “no right of…

A Path Worthy of the Man

Greenville County had the smaller working entrance to Roper Mountain Estates (RME) subdivision, where County Councilman Jim Burns lives, paved…

Taxpayers of Greenville County, get what you’re paying for!

Greenville County taxpayers, have you had trouble using Garlington Rd to get from Pelham Rd to Roper Mountain Road? Now…

Developers eying the sewer installed illegally on our land by Greenville County, SC

In 2016 a surveyor named Neal Fogleman came to our house representing the new owner of property behind us. They…