As many of you have noticed, multiple cars have been parked at the Stewart’s residence on Deep Water Lane. It became apparent that even though the house was for sale, it was being rented on a nightly basis through AIR B&B. This is in complete violation of the deed restrictions which state that the neighborhood is for single family dwellings only and no house may be leased for less than 6 months. The Monclova Zoning Board was alerted and they notified the Stewarts that a violation had occurred and told them to cease renting the property immediately. Despite this the listing continued and the house remained occupied. On Thursday, August 18, 2016 on behalf of the Greycliffe Board, a temporary restraining order was filed and we were granted an appearance before a judge in County Court. Our restraining order was approved and it orders the Stewarts to cease renting the property and to notify all future renters of the restraining order for the purpose of stopping all current and future rentals. A hearing is scheduled next week to put a permanent restraint in place. The temporary order remains effective until the final permanent hearing.
We regret having to take such an aggressive approach towards this problem but feel it is in the best interest of the Greycliffe neighborhood.