Gaffney, a head of Glenmore Associates, the developer of the gated community, said of the Country Club sale:
"We see it as a real plus for the Glenmore Community, the country club, and Glenmore Associates. This is a win-win-win situation and it's nice to have something like that happen."Read details of the purchase, the response of the Homeowners Association, and comment by the new buyers in this DP article. Read about the 'far-reaching' damage of the case in this DP article.
Read about the publically known "Lose-Lose-Lose-Lose-Lose" parts of this scandal:
- Comer didn't leave himself out on bond after pleading guilty, and faces up to 120 years in prison and a fine of over $500k. He will be sentenced in July.
- Peggy Kessler, Comer's mother-in-law and wife of originial Glenmore developer Frank Kessler, has listed her historic Keswick home, just outside the gates of Glenmore, for sale.
- Comer and wife Kandi Kessler-Comer primary residence was sold at a loss.
- Comer and wife are attempting to sell a Wintergreen property, now with a price drop to $299k.
- Comer and wife are attempting to sell an Albemarle County property, now with a price drop to $279k.