New housing projects fire up residents
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#1 Aug 9, 2007
I am in complete agreement with the rest of the people in Wind & Tide. I realize that the property is private property and they should be able to develop it, but they bought sensitive area land and should not be allowed the density they are putting on it by any stretch of the imagination. They strip every single tree, tear up the terrain which will make flooding a problem. Their method of developing is to ravage the landscape. Wind and Tide is an area of larger lots which have tried to keep the trees and the wet lands intact. The entire area should be developed the same way. It is not an area for high density.
“The past defines the future”
Since: Jul 07
#2 Aug 10, 2007
There is but on option: Take them to court, and make them put up a bond that will cover the possible contingencies.
If the town/county won't do it, then sue the elected officials separately. Don't sue the town/county, as that's just putting the screws to the people (you).
If you –REALLY– want responsible government, sue the elected and appointed officials who allow such things to happen.
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