We are pleased to announce that the Spanish company, OPDE, has signed a one year option to lease land from Box Bend, LLC. (A Bon Vivant World company.) If executed, the lease will be for 52 Acres in Lee County, North Carolina over a 35 year term. OPDE is a global player in solar development.
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Well hello race fans!
Happy weekend and week to come.
We are happy to report that we weren't doing our job and we weren't checking up on one of our contractors. Why happy? Because we learned a very valuable lesson: Always do your job.
Fortunately, that particular contractor imploded. We were very, very fortunate. In secular terms, we got lucky. If the contractor had not imploded, our $15,000 in after-the-fact repairs by the replacement contractor (with $5,000 more to come), would have been multiples of that number. We would have spent tons of money on finishing the renovation only to discover that we had something that would then have to be pulled apart and redone at a heavy, heavy price.
So, shame on us. Not shame on the contractor, but shame on us. We hired these clowns, but never checked up on the circus. We assumed that a license, and a recommendation, coupled with a LLC setup equated into something legit. (The LLC was an LLC on a business card only. Again, we should have checked.) We also assumed that because the progress photos were cool, because the conversation was cool, because the guys were civil and nice, that all was cool at the site. Not true. One or five golden photos will not tell you the complete story-especially if the other fifteen you're not seeing are garbage. Anyone can smile. Anyone can get one good photo out of fifteen. But not everyone can renovate a beast of a job.
We were/are shamed by our complacency. Lesson learned.
So here, in graphic detail, are some of the less golden photographs taken by the replacement contractor and verified by us.
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