At the east end of our properties are a number of residential lots which have deeded "through the fence" access to the Skypark via a taxiway connection.
This arrangement is a result of some property-swapping worked out between the Skypark's developers and Ruel Williams, who was then the owner of the east end property. At the time the property was used for agriculture on a limited basis.
In return for deeding the western portion of his property to the Skypark developers, thus allowing extension of the original 2600-foot runway to its current 3600 feet and creation of the Skypark's residential lots 1-9, Williams received an easement for aircraft access from the remainder of his property.
Owners of these properties do not share ownership of our runway/taxiway "common area", nor are they members of our governing Rosamond Skypark Association. Additionally, they are required to pay the Association a monthly fee in order to maintain their easement.
The easement contains a number of other conditions & restrictions such as limiting access to aircraft only, a ban on use of the access for commercial purposes (i.e. "FBO" type operation, etc.) and the requirement that an additional fee be paid for aircraft in excess of two.
An Acrobat PDF copy of the easement may be viewed by clicking HERE.