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Long-standing Fight over Lake Miller-adjacent Land

A member of a family who has owned over 100 acres of property in San Diego is pursuing her mission to expose a public corruption scam in which she accuses San Diego City of illegally incorporating her family’s property near Lake Murray  “into a bogus city park and charging the public illegal park usage fees to access our property.”

Merrilee Miller of Goleta sent the San Diego District Attorney’s Office680-word letter indicating the real estate fraud complaint she had filed as of November 2011 to that effect. Although Anthony Samson, the now-former chief of the fraud division had written her “After reviewing your request for investigation, we have concluded that the facts presented indicate there is no basis for further action at this time,” Miller claims Samson told her over the phone that ‘The city is simply playing games with you.’ 

The story of Miller’s and her family’s efforts to reacquire their land were detailed by the San Diego Reader in June 2007 and in several La Mesa Patch stories.

Read the original article in the Times of San Diego.

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