More than 1,200 new homes planned for...

More than 1,200 new homes planned for new Sumner County subdivisions

There are 4 comments on the The Tennessean story from Oct 24, 2013, titled More than 1,200 new homes planned for new Sumner County subdivisions. In it, The Tennessean reports that:

Construction has started on a subdivision with 650 home sites at Long Hollow Pike and Big Station Camp Boulevard in Gallatin.

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Milsurpfan

Hendersonville, TN

#1 Oct 28, 2013
Traffic is going to get worse on Long Hollow.
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#3 Oct 29, 2013
With growth comes everything else... accept it or move.
Resident

Hendersonville, TN

#4 Oct 29, 2013
Please show up at the city meeting and let the mayor know what you think about the schools being overcrowded and the traffic problems in Hendersonville. STOP THE BUILDING UNTIL SCHOOLS AND ROADS ARE READY!!!!
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#5 Oct 29, 2013
Resident wrote:
Please show up at the city meeting and let the mayor know what you think about the schools being overcrowded and the traffic problems in Hendersonville. STOP THE BUILDING UNTIL SCHOOLS AND ROADS ARE READY!!!!
The schools and roads are not taking a proactive approach and staying ahead of the growth.

The area is and has been growing and probably will continue to do so therefore the school leaders and highway dept. personal need to realize this and build for the future instead of waiting until more houses are built and then building schools and highways.

They have an idea of where the growth is going and they should build schools and new roads in these areas to be ready otherwise overcrowding and congested roads will be the norm and they will always be catching up and causing continued disruption.

They build these huge new subdivision and then people cry because there are not enough schools... it doesn't take a rocket scientist to know that when 1200 new homes are built in a growing area it won't take long to fill them up with kids needing a new school.

And the roads the same... soon after or as the 1200 homes are built retail growth will follow.

I don't live in this area, but we should be so fortunate to have this growing probable in my hometown. With growth comes problems, but growth also creates prosperity... deal with it.

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