Help stop targeted money grabs from Thousand Island Park Corporation

Help stop targeted money grabs from Thousand Island Park Corporation

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Matthew Monaghan started this petition to Thousand Island Park General Manager (Stephanie Johnston). Thousand Island Park Board of Directors. and

On the evening of July 4th 2020, my son Gavin was driving our golf cart on the roads of Thousand Island Park, when it suddenly ignited.  Gavin was EXTREMELY frightened and could have been seriously injured.  Thankfully he escaped without being hurt however our golf cart wasn't so lucky.  It burned, right where it had stopped.  Nothing was left other than the frame.

The following week began with two male representatives of Thousand Island Park questioning my underage son the next day as he was relaxing in our backyard with a friend.  Gavin had no adult representation.   Over the next few days my Mother received several communications from the Thousand Island Park office, inquiring as to what happened. This was upsetting to me, and I emailed the Thousand Island Park office explaining that if they wanted to speak with anyone else about this, it should be me, and me only. The following seven months have been a nightmare that started with a very unsympathetic letter from TIP Corp office explaining that I would be responsible for paying for the damaged pavement.

Other than discoloration (which is now gone) from the heat, there is no damage to the pavement.  TIP Corp office called a paving company, and gave them the scope of work that THEY wanted to be quoted, which amounted to $1000.  No reputable paving company would suggest the repair that was presented to me.  When I asked them to submit a claim with my insurance company, they did so using the information from the golf cart that REPLACED the one that burned.  When my insurance agent contacted Thousand Island Park Corporation in hopes of getting this addressed,  they sent me an updated invoice with finance charges and late fees, which they promised would happen if I didn't pay the $1000.  

The pavement does not need to be repaired.  If one didn't know where the accident occurred,  they wouldn't be able to even tell.  Furthermore, I consider sending an invoice for work that hasn't been completed fraudulent.  The Thousand Island Park General Manager (Stephanie Johnston) can and should throw out this charge.  The Board of Directors and majority shareholders could and should assist in this process.  This money grab is unnecessary, meant to make an example of me (in my opinion), immoral, unethical and should be stopped.

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