Pataskala's divide between farmland, suburban homes exposed | The Columbus Dispatch
There are 6 comments on the Columbus Dispatch story from May 30, 2011, titled Pataskala's divide between farmland, suburban homes exposed | The Columbus Dispatch. In it, Columbus Dispatch reports that:Weeds and poison ivy are a fact of life on John Hohmann's 217-acre farm. The same soon could be true of $100 daily fines for not keeping them tamed, if the City Council approves a proposed ordinance.
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#1 May 30, 2011
I can't say for sure ... But it would look to me like the city govt wants several things-
(and this is very common in rapidly growing suburban townships)
* they want to force the farms to sell to developers; raising their taxes and imposing housing association type rules is the means to do it.
* they want the tax revenue from single family homes and commercial development which probably pays much more than farms.
* they want the tax revenue expand govt / expand the schools / raise the salaries of city govt workers.
what's really odd is how this could possibly be achieved given the recession, gas prices (keeping people closer to 270), etc.
#2 May 30, 2011
Glad you can't "say for sure" because you're wrong. While you are reading YOUR "hidden agenda" into this article, it isn't true. Pataskala has very diverse types of properties; and the only thing out of this article is that they want to enforce some standards to get people to take care of their property but are acknowledging that it's hard to pass some standards that will be fair to both suburban property owners and those who own farm or rural land. So stop imaging there's some "evil force" at work, trying to force farmers to sell, etc. and go turn your ignorant spotlight somewhere else and try to spread some more falsehoods somewhere else. We don't need yours.
Since: Apr 11
#3 May 30, 2011
high grass is one thing, but junk cars and how garbage is dealt with? that's got nothing to do with whether u live on a farm or not.
#4 May 30, 2011
im so glad i dont live in pataskala anymore
#5 May 31, 2011
Redhardegrl got it right! It is indeed one thing to address high grass but more must be done on junk cars and residents that live like they don't have neighbors. Take a look a couple glaring examples on Main St (SR310)and Broad Street (SR 16)and you will see property in such poorly kept cponditions that EVERYONE in Pataskala should be demanding more be done. Shame, shame, shame!
#6 Jun 2, 2011
pataskala is not newalbany,this just another ploy to generate revenue.they say they wanta nicer lookin area, well they better look at the road's and the little speed trap's they have. trash and junk car's is one thing,but to tell someone to keep thier lawn all nice and tidy is another.sound's to me like pataskala is trien to become a new albany city,or perhp's a little nazi germany. and they wonder why so many of us vote no on so many issue's.
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