Friday, June 20, 2008

Did Chambers' investors ever question bank's support of Aspen Ridge debacle?

Please click on image to ENLARGE photo of Chambers Bank sign on Royal Oak Parkway at the north entry to the now-failed and finally defunct Aspen Ridge Townhome project site on Sixth Street/Martin Luther King Boulevard in south Fayetteville, Arkansas, in 2006.
For a story on another development project gone wrong, please click the following link:

Investors sue over Chambers Bank involvement in fraudulent development scheme

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

On one of your other blogs you showed us the "royal oak" before the forest around it was removed from the Aspen Ridge site and the tree as it now stands dead with pavement under its western canopy.
Would you please give us the link to those photos? Anyone seeing this photo for the first time is likely to miss the joke. The royal oak is dead. Long live the royal oak!

Your photos showed just how ineffective Fayetteville's tree ordinance really is and that it is never enforced as intended.