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TURMOIL AT RED ROCK - NEW OWNERS ARE MORE THAN DOUBLING LOT RENT - LOTS OF UPSET PEOPLE - MANY LEAVING BECAUSE THEY CAN'T AFFORD TO STAY
(Email from a local resident - name withheld - uses an ndsupernet.com address)

"RED ROCK RESORT" situated by Lake Tschida's Koehlers Point federal campground has been sold to an outfit from Bismarck by the name of KINGDOM INVESTORS LLC owned by Troy Nelson & Bill Schneider and the office managed by Karrie Bauman.

RED ROCK RESORT RESIDENTS SELLING OUT & LEAVING
"RED ROCK RESORT" LOTS FOR SALE ON BISMAN WEBSITE

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RED ROCK RESORT LOTS FOR SALE ON BISMAN WEBSITE
CLICK image below to view a larger version of the "RED ROCK RESORT" master plan to take over Koehlers Point.
CLICK image to view a larger version of the "RED ROCK RESORT" master plan to take over Koehlers Point

CLICK HERE for the 1st letter sent to the residents of "RED ROCK RESORT" outlining the new owner's plan for the resort.

CLICK HERE for the 2nd letter sent to the residents of "RED ROCK RESORT" outlining the new owner's plan for the resort.

CLICK HERE for the 3rd letter sent to the residents of "RED ROCK RESORT" outlining the new owner's plan for the resort.

CLICK HERE for the "RULES & REGULATIONS" letter sent to the residents of "RED ROCK RESORT" outlining the new owner's plan for the resort.

CLICK HERE for the "RED ROCK RESORT" website.

CLICK HERE for the "RED ROCK RESORT" Facebook page.




Photo by Grant County ND News

Corey & Jennifer Roth (above photo) in a Grant County Commission meeting attempting to garner support for their agenda of keeping the public out of the federal campground at Lake Tschida's Koehlers Point.


Photo collage by Grant County ND Newss

EDITOR COMMENT: Unfortunately the Roths will continue on as management in spite of the debacle last year over the road whereby the Roths whined to Senator Hoeven to get their way. Their plan all along was to force the Bureau of Reclamation, the Tri-Cities Joint Job Development Authority and Grant County to knuckle under so they could get the section of land between the old road and the new road they built and develop it with additional lots. It is believed by many (and not just this editor) that these people and the new owners are in cahoots to undermine federal, state and local authorities in their attempt to take over the Koehlers Point federal campground for the private use of their residents. This editor believes that if Grant County does not finish their part of the agreement for the maintenance and build the small section of the access road into the campground at "TAX PAYER" expense that the Bureau of Reclamation will not put up with another year of the "ROTH'S" 'childish temper tantrums' and close the federal campground permanently, remove the boat dock and boat ramp and turn the entire area into a walk-in access wildlife reserve which almost happened last summer. In this context  they are no better than the Nazis who tried to take over the City of Leith. The "RED ROCK RESORT"
supporters (above) who did not like being exposed on camera for what they are and who wrote about this editor last year on the Facebook page of "RED ROCK RESORT" declared he was a gay transgender living on welfare and food stamps in the City of Elgin. There will be screen grabs posted again of those pages that have been deleted thus cleaning up their image by the new owners. The federal government, the state government and the local government agencies are not going to spend any more time or money dealing with these people and you can 'take that to the bank'.

CLICK HERE for the "FINAL EDITION" of this website before being closed for six months which outlines some of the reasons. It will enlighten the public as to the lengths Cory & Jennifer Roth will go to in order to further their agenda of intimidation to anyone who dares to cross their line of "LUNACY".


"RED ROCK RESORT"
manager "CORY ROTH" plows up snow blocking the entrance to Koehlers Point campground at Lake Tschida for second year in a row.


Submitted photos