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There is a proposal in place to subdivide the Deadman Ranch along Wyoming's Greys River into 30 lots (up to 70 in the future), convenience store, and RV Park. The developers assert that the public will favor this because they will enjoy the convenience of a store in the heart of Greys River.
However, people choose to recreate in Greys River precisely because there’s not a convenience store, subdivision, RV park, etc. in the middle of it.
Let us keep this beautiful area pristine and petition the Lincoln County Planning Commission to reject the Blind Bull Meadows subdivision proposal!
This petition is being generated on behalf of the Woodcreek Manor Subdivision residents who overwhelmingly are against the application for a Conditional Use Home Permit for 350 Woodcreek Boulevard.
We believe that should the county grant this Conditional Use Permit that it would be contradictory to McCracken County’s Comprehensive Zoning Plan and, in fact, benefit only one property instead of the general welfare of the Woodcreek Manor community.
We strongly believe that allowing a beauty salon in our neighborhood that the potential for adverse impact is not worth jeopardizing the character of the neighborhood. The increase in traffic not only jeopardizes the “quiet enjoyment” of the neighborhood, but also places additional undue risk to the children, pets, and pedestrians who walk and ride bikes in the neighborhood.
While the proposed business would reside on Woodcreek Boulevard, it would also negatively impact those residents on Garland Drive as both roadways share a common entrance to the subdivision which could also have negative impact related to increased traffic demands.
Many accidents and near misses have happened in the past 10 years. On October 21st, 2009 a Landmark resident, Mr. Michael Herod, was rear ended while attempting to turn left (onto Springwood Pl.) into Landmark subdivision. Mr Herod's vehicle was totaled and he sustained injuries to his neck and lower back.
Bradshaw Glen is now districted into the Arnold Mill District which is approxim. 9 miles from the subdividion to Arnold Mill School. Bradshaw Glen is 1.5 miles to Hickory Flat School.
Buses from Arnold Mill would have to pass buses going to Hickory Flat to make pick ups at Bradshaw Glen subdivision.
According to Westshore Subdivisions original bylaws, it was stated that Above Ground Pools were not allowed. Above Ground Pools are permanant and year round pools. Up until this summer, many families in the subdivisions have had Temporary Inflatable Pools.
It was only until the past year that there have been a few complaints, thus changing the bylaws without a consensus or formal vote. As homeowners, we want to be able to enjoy summer family activities in our yards.
The Martins at 8116 La Fon Avenue, Zelma Fields Subdivision, in Louisville KY are breeding and selling dogs in their residence basement, garage, and privacy-fenced backyard. On multiple occasions, there have been as many as 6 adult dogs and 10-15 puppies in the backyard of this residence.
The backyard is less than ¼-acre lot, which is adverse to the new Louisville Animal Control ordinance restricting a homeowner to have a minimum of ½ acre of property for 3 dogs. This “business” results in unacceptable noise levels and sanitation concerns.
The noise problem has been addressed to the owners by the neighbors with no correction. The situation was also reported to Louisville Animal Control. When Animal Control responded, the dogs were put in the basement before responding to the door. The privacy fence hides the “business” from the street, but not from the neighbors in the adjoining backyards.
Owners of the adjoining properties in the subdivision must deal with noise, odor, and feces run-off from the dog-yard onto our adjoining properties. Clean up has been observed using a water hose with a spray nozzle to breakdown the dog feces in the yard and driveway. The run-off drains onto the adjoining properties. When the dogs are kept in the basement of the home, is cleanup of the dog breeding area washed into the city sewage and drainage system?
BCJ HOLDS, L.L.C. (Allen Edwin Homes) has applied to the Charter Township of Texas Planning Commission for approval of a Planned Unit Development (PUD). This proposal includes a request for rezoning (currently zoned R-2) due to substantial reductions in lot size. The reduction in lot size is due to their proposed 38.3 acres of preserved open space, including a perimeter trail that may provide beneficial neighborhood transition zones, and help retain access to open space recreation that Bay Ridge families currently enjoy in the undeveloped lot/field. Without the rezoning, the development would not include preserved open space, and would include a 216-lot subdivision (Comparison Plan), as opposed to a 237-lot subdivision (Preliminary Concept Development Plan). The Concept Plan, which includes the preserved open space, also calls for retaining the Bay Ridge Road and Bentley Drive cul-de-sacs.
However, the Township, County Road Commission, and Fire Department may or may not approve the retention of the two cul-de-sacs, in part based on Section 16-82(a)(1)b of the Zoning Ordinance under Subdivision Control, which requires that “the arrangement of streets shall provide for a continuation of existing streets from adjoining areas in the new subdivision.”
This Preserve Bay Ridge Neighborhood petition seeks approval from the Charter Township of Texas Planning Commission not to extend Bay Ridge Road and Bentley Drive into the new Concept Plan development, and to upgrade the existing cul-de-sacs as per recommendations provided by Thomas C. Wheat in his April 13, 2009 memorandum to the Planning Commission. This request is based on three important factors:
1. Concern that extending Bay Ridge Road and Bentley Drive as through-streets would degrade the quality of life, and decrease the safety of residents and children in the Bay Ridge neighborhood by increasing the speed and frequency of traffic to and from the new Rudgate Trails development.
2. Despite the lot size variance for the Concept Plan, we believe that integrating open space, or “green infrastructure,” in subdivision developments provides substantial quality of life and environmental benefits, including, but not limited to access to recreation lands; natural storm water runoff filtration and retention; wildlife habitat; and scenic beauty.
3. An adequate transition zone would help preserve the character and identity of the respective neighborhoods.
We, the undersigned residents of Chateau Jon Subdivision, oppose the rezoning
and development of the 6 acre property located on Hatchell Lane Section 30,
T6S, R3E, G.L.D., City of Denham Springs for the following reasons:
1. Traffic impact: with a Junior High School, a large church, surrounding
neighborhoods and businesses, the traffic would be such that it could endanger
the lives of the many children that walk to and from school. Furthermore, with
Hatchell Lane being a two laned road, it would cause significant difficulty at the
intersections of Centerville and Hatchell as well as Hwy 190 and Hatchell, both
precarious intersections today.
2. By opposing this rezoning request, it will maintain the overall appearance
of Hatchell lane which is comprised of primarily single-family homes. By
allowing multi-family housing it will compromise the integrity of the surrounding
areas and could potentially reduce the value of surrounding properties.
3. Is there any place within the city limits of Denham Springs in which
there is multi-family housing?
There was a very bad accident on 96th Street and Pinecreek Way at the Pine Ridge Estates subdivision entrance on August 27th, 2007.
This is the second such accident in the last few months.
It is impossible for pedestrians to cross 96th street or cars to make a left turn onto 96th street.
To avoid serious injury and/or death it is imperative a stop light be installed.
We the people of Summerlin subdivision request the building of a playground for our children. The playground would benefit all involved.
Not only would it raise property values, but it would also encourage other families to make Summerlin their community of choice.
The HOA for Summerlin would be responsible for insurance and upkeep. Thank You for your consideration.
Dear BHC Residents,
As many of you know, Block House Creek needs another entrance/exit to our neighborhood. Currently, there is a petition online to open Scottsdale Drive as a solution and we are adding Block House Drive as the solution.
On May 27th, the Blockhouse Creek MUD Board approved a resolution to be sent to the City of Cedar Park and Williamson County offices, to open Block House Drive to 183-A, as another exit/entrance as they would keep it a private road for BHC residents (unfortunately, this isn't enough and it is why we have this online petition for the residents of BHC to voice their desires).
We believe, Block House Drive South is the most logical solution, because it does not compromise the safety of BHC children and/or disturb the peace of our neighborhood. It is why most of us purchased a home in BHC. Scottsdale is probably the quickest solution but unfortunately it compromises what many of us believe in (indirectly or directly). Scottsdale opens up to driveways, neighborhood children and potential disaster. We understand that Block House Drive may take some time to open up but it is the best solution for EVERYONE in the neighborhood. There are no houses that face the road, only fences and the safety of BHC children is not compromised and the peace in the neighborhood is sustained. It's the perfect solution.
We are asking you to join fellow BHC neighbors by signing this online petition.
**NOTE** IT IS IMPORTANT AFTER YOU SIGN THE PETITION TO PLEASE LET YOUR VOICE BE HEARD TO THE CTRMA ABOUT THE IMPORTANCE OF THIS ISSUE: EMAIL: INFO@CTRMA.ORG THEY WANT YOUR EMAILS ABOUT THIS. ALSO, MAKE A CALL TO CYNTHIA LONGS OFFICE AT 260-4280 - YOUR CALL WILL MAKE A DIFFERENCE. ***********
The main points for opening the road are:
Traffic congestion in front of the elementary school, traffic backups on Creek Run, Blockhouse Dr. to New Hope. Our children walking to school need to be safe!
Emergency vehicles do not have a clear route to the back part of the neighborhood. In case of an emergency they need a quicker route to us!!
Quicker access to the new Hospital/Medical Center being built.
In case of an emergency evacuation, residents should have more exits than we currently do.
The city of Cedar Park has a proposed fire and EMS station at the corner of New Hope and 183-A.
When the commuter train begins, the RR Track will be extremely busy. Traffic will become backed up on BHC and New Hope during rush hour.
Environmental concerns because of the extra mileage we have to drive to get to our destinations.
The routes we do have to travel take us by school zones, and thru other neighborhoods.
There is no evidence that crime increases because of more access to neighborhoods.
Easier access for the new shopping centers, potential buyers will not move here if they realize how difficult it is to get to the shopping/hospitals.
There are not enough exits/entrances for our 2200 residents!!
We the undersigned homeowners, petition Tim Jones Communities, 8024 Fairoaks Court, Jonesboro, GA 30236, to adhere to promised and advertised amenities (Swimming pool, Tennis Court, Club House, Walking Trail and Park).
These amenities have been promised and advertised since the first sale of the properties at Stoneridge Subdivision Lakeside and Enclave off Old National Hwy, South Fulton County, Georgia.
Klien School District will not provide bus services to Windrose and SpringBrook Subdivisionand.
In a news letter sent home with our kids on friday 08-18-06, it was stated that the school can not make the decision, They say we have to live 2 miles or more away from the school. We know the school can't make the decision, but the KISD can make the dicision to do school buses in Windrose and Springbrook and the other effected subdivision.
WE called State Representive Peggy Hamric's office (District 126) they said the state does not provide funding for busses within 2 miles radius of the school, but that the district could provide transportation, Kisd wanted to provide services for us they could. I think the district is trying to save money at our childrens expense. TC Jester is in the works for being opened all the tha thru to 2920. This is going to make TC Jester extremely busy, for everybody taking short cuts thru our neighborhoods because the major rodes around us are to conjested. Many years ago, when Benfer was opened KISD did not provide busses to the subdivision within a 2 mile radius. the home owners banned together and started a petition causing KISD to rethink there decision on bussing for Benfer, they know have bus service for there kids in less than a 2 mile redius of the school. We are now asking for the same considerations in Our neighborhoods for our kids.
There is nothing barring the district from providing busses if they chose to. We have 30 sex offenders in our zip code area, We have children who must walk down 2 major roads, one being Alvin A Klien and the other being T.C. Jester. These roads are very busy now, We get alot of traffice from Kuyendahl becouse it is so busy, they come down Alvin A Klien and cut thru Windrose for a short cut to miss traffic. There are too many children to put at risk to walk or ride bikes. Our subdivision is very spread out.
We pay taxes to our schools. We are asking for school bus service for the windrose and surrounding subdivision that will be going to the new school of Benignus in the Windrose subdivision. Thank you.
Because the roads and trails within the Terlingua Ranch subdivision are privately owned roads located on privately owned land (except for the road owned by the Terlingua Ranch Lodge); and in that the Property Owners' Association of Terlingua Ranch, Inc. Board of Directors nor the General Manager or any other governing body has the authority to give authorization to host an AMA sanctioned event on the private roads or trails within Terlingua Ranch; and in that it would be an impossibility to obtain permission from all interested and involved private property owners to host an AMA sanctioned event on Terlingua Ranch private roads, it is resolved that no association has valid permission to host an AMA sanctioned event on Terlingua Ranch private roads.
August 1, 2006
This Petition has been established to let the property owners of Riverfront Subdivision know that it has been determined that there is a majority of property owners that wish to disband the Riverfront HOA.
April 18, 2006
Riverview Subdivision needs speed humps. The Lowell Police Department has already issued 5 speeding tickets in the past month in our development alone.
We have alot of children that play out in our streets and we need to make sure that our streets are safe for these children and homeowners.
The Residents of the Village of Runyon Springs are concerned about the lighting in the community. We wish to express our concern about the safety issues of our residency.
The Residents of the Village of Runyon Springs are requesting additional lighting and requesting a higher voltage of lighting in all areas of the new subdivision.
Delvin Arnold has purchased the property at 111 Exeter Road Hampton, NH. Mr. Arnold is proposing to have a 12 lot Subdivision in the now wooded area, which also has other issues. Those issues being the Water Table, Environment, Wildlife, & intrusion on the abutters. At the meeting on Feb. 2, 2005, Planning Board member Tom Gillick stated that the objective of the meeting was to review the design of the proposed Subdivision only. Many residents concerned about the proposed development attended the meeting to voice all their concerns, which are all viable.
We the citizens believe that the area is mostly wetlands which is already an ongoing issue currently that the Town of Hampton has yet to rectify. The water table rises in an area on Bourn Ave. that has residents outraged. We work very hard at keeping our property well maintained & the water issue is an ongoing battle. Water is currently being pumped through exposed PVC piping from the excess water and some days it may take hours for the water to dissapate. The traffic that goes down Bourn Ave. causes the water to almost go up to residents front doors.
Tom Gillick describes the situation as "temporary". I have lived on Bourn Ave. for almost 3 yrs and I have never seen the situation addressed appropriately. The residents that already have water problems in their basements will only become worse and extremely costly. There is also the Wildlife issue & Environmental Protection that residents would like to see.
The area is overdeveloped as it is & by forcing out the Wildlife, there is potential for more accidents & also the risk of the animals finding refuge in residents homes. I am a firm believer of protection of Wildlife, the land is currently their home and most of the residents do not want to see that destroyed.
These are all the concerns of the residents of Hampton, NH. that will utlimately be affected by this proposed development.
This petition is for the purpose of establishing the straightening of the dangerous "S curve" on Lucasville Road and constructing a proper left turn lane into Allegro Drive when travelling Northbound on Lucasville Road, as a priority transportation project in Prince William County, Virginia, and providing for its immediate funding.
The dangerous "S curve" is located adjacent to the intersection of Lucasville Road and Allegro Drive, at the entrance to the Mayfair subdivision. The petition has been slightly modified based upon new information that was discovered at the Prince William County Planning Commission hearing on October 20, 2004.
The Deerfield Subdivision entrance at Hickory Ridge Road and Bonnie Valley does not currently have a street light, a lamp post or any type of illumination. This petition's purpose is to gather interest and signatures of the homeowners effected and present our concerns that this absence of light at our entrance is a safety hazard.
This hazard is intensified by the constant speeding along Hickory Ridge Road, our concealed entrance due to hills and valleys adjacent to Bonnie Valley in both directions and the presence of pedistrians, children playing and pet walking.
We the residence of Summer hill Subdivision state that we are listed as "City Of Citrus Heights as stated in our Deeds , boundry Maps and Street Signs. We the undersigned plead to be re-assigned into our proper Zip Code and City Name-
"Citrus Heights, CA 95610".
We the owners and residents of Shadow Brook Estates, Cave Junction, OREGON, protest any through street to the proposed subdivision on tax lots 700 & 701, owned by PJW Properties LLC.
We feel the intrusion of traffic into our quiet cul-de-sac subdivision is a disturbing development. Our street is narrow and does not provide room for pedestrians or parking on the street. We are concerned that additional traffic coming and going will be a safety issue for us, our children and pets.
Pleade reconsider not using Shadow Brook Drive as an access to the proposed subdivision on Hanby Lane. Thank you. The concerned owners and residents of Shadow Brook Estates.
Bentridge at Covington subdivision, Chesney at Covington subdivision, and Lauren Glen at Covington subdivision. This petition reflects the handouts at the annual budget meeting of Novemeber, and the Covington Views newsletters that have been recently handed out.
Several families have moved into our single family dwelling subdivision, and after purchasing the homes have turned them into multi-family homes. Many having gone far beyond the cities codes, by not only having 4-5 families in the homes, but building bunks in the basement to accomadate more people. Each family has ONE bedroom where the ENTIRE familiy sleeps, (upwards of 5 people to room).
There are a minimum of 6 cars utilizing the garage and 4 in the driveway, as well as the side of the road to park the people living in the home.
They wash clothes and put them on the nieghbors fences to "dry". There is a pool in the back yard that has NEVER been properly clean nor maintained and it is a breeding ground for many types of illnesses, and mosquitoes. ( Some of the children have been seen swiming in the green slime.)
Many of the neighbor have been called WHITE TRASH, by the 13 year old girl and her 9 year old brother. Items have been taken from the decks and garages of neighboring homes. The owner ( on title, has been taken in for mental evaluation, as she tryied to commit suicide over her "boyfriend". Many neighbors have been threatened by many of the people residing in this residence. It has not been proven but assumed by most that several are illegals, not even registered with a green card in this country.