MPDP employee hit with foreclosures, again (updated)

March 19, 2010

Agoura Finance and Adler Realty Investments have each filed lis pendens on properties owned Scott Davison, the point man for the Maritime Park Development Partners, and his former company – Land Capital. (See 2010013922 for $6,509,167.11 and 2010013923 and $1,802,994.57). These aren’t the first foreclosures in Escambia County that have been filed against Davison (See 2010003551), Land Capital and that corporation’s business partners—which aren’t tied to the MPDP or the Community Maritime Park.

I did speak with Mr. Davison who said that he has reached amicable settlement with the lenders.

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  • C. C. Eelebash March 21, 2010 at 3:51 pm

    This is one more reason why the City should take direct control of the Maritime Park. The CMPA management scheme no longer makes sense.The project is in disarry. Too many people and agencies are involved.

  • Muerto Adonis March 20, 2010 at 9:02 pm

    Amen Sister Betty!

  • Betty McAlpin March 20, 2010 at 5:19 pm

    Mark Clabaugh, I hereby bestow upon you the office of Grand Grump, vacated by the late Luke McCoy, Duke of WASPO. I do also hereby take you up on your generous offer to buy me dinner when the CMP is built, including the John Fetterman Maritime Museum.

    The entire acceleration scheme was idiotic to begin with and I am comfy with the original building schedule that gave UWF up to 5 years to build or relinquish their claim on the property. Five years is a long time to grow some cabbage and I have faith in the uni’s new cabbage master, Kyle Marrero as well as President Judy.

    My goodness your fingers must get tired. See you at dinner!

  • Jason Clark March 19, 2010 at 12:19 pm

    With the way this thing is going so far, I’m surprised we didn’t have Bernie Madoff in charge of financing.
    I’m willing to bet that the Egyptians had less trouble building the Pyramids than we’re going to have trying to build this park.

  • Evan March 19, 2010 at 11:27 am

    Great business partner for Pensacola’s new development.