Clark Lane Greenbelts
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Below are the Greenbelt Areas adjoining Clark lane, Cooper Lane,  and Casper Drive, leading to the entrance of the Palm Coast Golf Course, a.k.a. Palm Harbor Golf Course. We specifically purshased on Clark Lane and the other area(s) because of what each offered.  We used serious and mature thought in the selections since we had a choice of almost all of the 93,000+ acres.  It appears that strangely somehow the 'chain of title' , certainly was*clouded* and was somehow all SOLD on these Properties.   The Neighborhood Park was just demolished, most probably in our opinon to   SqUeEzE    in the Golf Course so that those Hi Rise/HiDensity Puds can be forced and 'Shoehorned' in to the Driving Range area, Cooper Lane, Pumphouse area, Contemporary Clubhouse area, putting green, and the 'Boat to Golf ' Dock for Golfing, fishing and R&R.
We selected and purchased after having taken the 'Company's' official 'Guided Tour' which showed what we would get if we purchased.  Strangely, what we *saw* is not what will be available  because of the Pud.  We do not know yet, how/who affected adversely the 'chain of title' which affected the original design and intent of the Public Land Use Offerings, let alone the references of the Recreation areas, the Conservation and Preservation areas, etc., in the Federal Trade Commission 'Consent Agreement' of December 1976. 
It also appears that these 'Greenbelt's areas were also strangely SOLD, awaiting Development.  This is in direct contravention of the initial Intent and Designation and contrary to why we selected and purchased Jobsite #35 and other properties.

Clark Lane and Cooper Lane intersection View of the Greenbelts from Clark Lane.

View from Clark Ln. towards Greenbetls and Entrance on Cooper Ln. to the Clubhouse.

Childs and Neighborhood Park being Demolished so that a PUD can be SqUeEzEd in. 1/09

Greenbelt, strangely SOLD, awaiting Development- What about our View?

Greenbelt area on Casper strangely SOLD, what about our View?

Jobsite #35, Clark Lane, During Construction

The above is an early 1971 Photo taken during Construction.  We took the 'Guided Tour' offered by the Company and periodically checked the status of the Construction since it was a designated Construction Site, only the Company could enter early on.  NOTE the view from the Window of Palm Coast's first Childs' and Neighborhood Park.  Now, today, it was demolished and we have don't even have that expanded VISTA View anymore, but rather a view of a large MOUNTAIN of dirt, our View adversely affected here also.

View from Clark Lane of the Greenbelt and the 1st Childs and Neighborhood Park being demolished 1/09

View from end of Clark & Cooper towards G.Course Entrance and Casper Drive Greenbelts.

Childs and Neighborhood Park being demolished so that a PUD can be SqUeEzEd in . 1/09.

Greenbelt View Strangly SOLD, what about our View?

We will remain Stewards of all this; hoping for a 'Certified Local Government' like so many other Leadership Florida Cities already are; hoping for a Museum like Flagler Beach already has.