Well yet another subdivision is being developed in my neighborhood. In the last 28 years there have been at least seven subdivisions built on 218th, between 84th and 92nd. Most of the original homes on our street are one-story ramblers and date back to the early 1950s.
Your development is named “Shaw Lane” after the family you purchased the land from. I have watched in the last nine days a beautiful 1.45-acre greenbelt and a home completely cleared of EVERYTHING, for six new homes that will be built on 8,000-square-foot lots.
So my question is directed to the developers. Do you ever consider the character of a neighborhood or care what your vision is doing to an area? Is your only focus, care and concern how much money you stand to make? Why does there need to be “complete” destruction for your vision in a community you don’t live in? A classic “There goes the neighborhood.”