Todd Davis 
Member since Nov 26, 2008




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Re: “Town on paper

The whole concept of the planned community has been a failure. Having bought into the idea in Hidden Springs I have first hand experience. The idea that you can create a town by simply owning a large piece of property and planning it doesn't work because the essence of a town are things like jobs, schools, entertainment opportunities, and a healthy cultural community. Dry Creek Ranch is predicted to generate 65,000 vehicle trips per day as people travel to all of those places and activities. There are negative effects or unanswered questions regarding water, sewage, air quality, wildlife habitat, open space, infrastructure, and who will pay for mitigating all of these issues. The current economic climate, number of existing homes for sale and already started but unfinished projects seem far from conducive to another project of any size let alone one of this magnitude; it's no wonder the current owners have it up for sale. I hope our recently elected commissioners will pay close attention to what the voters are telling them on this ill conceived boondoggle.

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Posted by Todd Davis on 11/26/2008 at 8:09 AM

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