Courier staff writer
ALAMOSA — Dan Russell maintains he purchased the Polston property legally from the Alamosa Board of Education (ABOE) in a response filed last Friday to the Keep Polston Public (KPP) plaintiff group’s request for the Alamosa County District Court to place a preliminary injunction on the property prohibiting development.
“Defendant Daniel M. Russell and the Alamosa RV Resort on the Rio Grande, LLC object to plaintiffs’ motion for preliminary injunction,” stated the response Russell’s Pueblo-based legal counsel William A. Martinez filed on Aug. 23. “...Plaintiffs do not meet the prerequisites for obtaining a preliminary injunction. Plaintiffs do not show damage to their interest in the property because they have no right, title or legal interest in the property.
"Plaintiffs have no deed, no contract to purchase or any other legal interest in the property.”
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