Monday September 1, 2014
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Yes, we really need some more smaller, and/or subsidized housing. ( note the sarcasm) Will there be restrictions on how many people can live in these smaller buildings? Where are the people coming from to live in them and where are they going to work?
Isn't it a conflict of interest for Richard Croy to vote on any thing like housing?
He did work for a company that built subsidized housing and the county. In the article it said something about his other job?
Have any of you driven around town and seen all the empty housing? Closed school, and empty retail shops.
Will any of these smaller multi story buildings be built in Chaparral Pines or the Rim Club? Where is this property and who owns it that is pushing for the zoning? This has been going on for at least 5 years or longer.
What business is it of Evans if two people live in a 4000 sq. ft house, if they earned the money to buy one and not asking for help to pay for it?
Pat, just a guess on my part. I think the density change in Apt's and Condo's may have something to do with all the one's planned for up near the Vista Road end of the Airport and the proposed future expansion of Green Valley Parkway development. The Town hopeing this might spur the land 4 exchange owners/developers to cram more units in their parcel developments and start some construction even in this economy.
How about the land that joins Payson Pines where they wanted to build apts. a few years ago? Remember the orange fence on McLane?
There are condos unfinished across from the Police station and also on Bonita St. They should be finished before anything else is approved.
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