PAID FOR BY DR GEORGE N, SNELLING
JOIN THE $5,000,000.00 CLASS ACTION LAWSUIT AGAINST WESTLAKE BOARD OF DIRECTORS:
Kevin Netherton, Linda Jordon Fernandez, Niti Carlson, Hameed Malik, Andrew Lively, Brooks Blumenthal, Andy Crowe, Paul Harper
For allegedly failure to allow entry for residents’ guests and Gross Negligence in the gate entry process
CONSEQUENCES OF THE BOARD’S ALLEGED ACTIONS:
1. Mandatory REQUIREMENT for residents to own computers and smart phones in order to have guests of any kind to enter subdivision NOT REQUIRED IN WESTLAKE COVENANTS
2. Major damages to property owners in their inability to obtain repairs, medical care, and other needed services.
3. Improper gate entry equipment causing massive traffic delay for entry.
4. Loss of home value and Masters Week rental
DISCRIMINATION against the elderly, the poor, the disabled, and technologically challenged persons.
“YOU MAY DIE WHILE THE GATE STANDS BY”
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MARTINEZ GA 30907
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In case you weren’t up to speed with the Westlake guard shack issue, the neighborhood-in an effort to improve services- recently instituted a new procedure allowing guests of residents onto the property. In the past, residents would have to call up to one of the two guard houses in the neighborhood to let the staff know if they were expecting visitors.
In lieu of a phone call, a webpage was created, along with an app, allowing residents to simply type in the names and be done with it. No more phone calls.
A great solution to an antiquated way of doing things.
Well, not to quite everyone in the neighborhood.
Looking out for the poor and disadvantaged takes a certain type of person. Selfless and compassionate. Caring and wise. A person like George “I’m not the kind of guy you want to laugh at in this county” Snelling. (an actual Snelling quote).
Westlake, according to Snelling, has roughly 1,100 homes, with 30-40% of those homeowners unable to “adapt” to operate a computer or cell phone.
These elderly residents, Snelling says, need to be looked out for. “You know, rich white guys sometimes like to protect people that are not protected very much,” Snelling said.
Like the residents of Westlake.
According to Snelling, over 3,000 cars must squeeze through two entrances to Westlake, and during peak times the cars line up to enter the neighborhood on Fury’s Ferry “back up to Zaxby’s”.
Ouch. So much for helping property values, George.
According to Snelling, the guards no longer answer his phone calls in the guard houses, which he claims is placing lives in danger.
According to Snelling, if one’s house is on fire and you were to call the guard shack to let them know, they will no longer answer the phone. “What are they doing in there? Playing tiddlywinks?” he asked Austin Rhodes during a recent on air interview.
According to Snelling, not only are the infirm and elderly of Westlake unable to manipulate a computer, or even afford one for that matter, they are confused as to what to do in the case of an emergency.
(EDITOR’S NOTE: If you or any of your loved ones find your property to be ablaze, accepted procedure is to call 911).
The volunteers running the neighborhood say the guard houses now field 30 or more calls a day alerting the employees of the private security firm of expected guests to be let in.
Since that day is a day in 2019, the volunteers tasked with operating the neighborhood came up with a simple solution to streamline the operation. They created a website page where residents can enter their guests’ names as opposed to having to call them in. They also offered a free app for even more convenience.
This simple solution was unacceptable to Snelling, who gave the volunteers two weeks to acquiesce to his demands that the current system stay in place or he was filing a lawsuit.
George said on air the new program proves his neighbors volunteering to run the neighborhood “hate old people.”
Snelling, after the two weeks passed, went ahead and filed the suit, asking for an injunction to force a halt to the new program.
A negotiated Temporary Agreement was reached on July 18th whereby Westlake agreed to continue requiring the gate guards to call homeowners if guests arrive who are not on the list.
The attorney for the neighborhood association, Wright McLeod, agreed to the negotiated settlement. While not permanent, it appears Snelling’s over the top reaction to being told ‘no’ worked.
Residents of Westlake were rightfully appalled to have Snelling acting like such a spoiled baby. He threatened a class action lawsuit, purchased and ran a full page ad in the daily newspaper naming the board members and mocking their contribution to the neighborhood, and went on the Austin Rhodes Program (with attorney in tow) disparaging all who disagreed with him.
Whining that the current president “laughed at me” and that that was “a big mistake”, the oddball retired dentist brought a great deal of negative publicity to his neighbors in an attempt to bolster his obviously frail ego.
Snelling, exhibiting insecurities akin to that of a middle schooler, stated on-air “You know, I’m an old guy…I’m 68…listen, I use hair color. I’m going to tell you right now. Some people say I look…well, I use hair color. At least I have hair. Some people say I’m a fake”.
Yes, George, you do dye your hair. Perhaps shoe polish black isn’t the best match for your complexion, but we are not hairdressers.
But what your neighbors think of you is not related to your age or odd appearance.
It is related to your ego run amok.