Here we go again folks. For all those people with their axel’s rapped around a pole over the tax rate, bad development’s like Stonehaven is what ultimately drives our taxes into the ground. Who builds the schools to support these developments? Yes, that’s right, taxpayers. Who builds the roads to support the several thousand people now crowding roads? Yes, that’s right, the taxpayers. Who has to build more firehouses and hire more police? Yes, that’s right, the taxpayers.
Stonehaven is a wolf in sheep’s clothing and the Grizzly Football leadership (via their most recent blast email begging members to support Stonehaven), once again, is doing the bidding of Wally Covington and Corey Stewart. It wasn’t enough that they were instrumental in providing cover for the intrusion in the Rural Crescent via Avondale? If the Grizzly leadership team had any sense, they would understand that advocating for massive development will NOT solve our infrastructure problems, it will only contribute to more overcrowding of schools and roads. Sort of like needing to lose weight but eating hot fudge triple ice cream sundaes in hopes you will drop a few pounds. BTW, if only that were true!
Corey Stewart, lo many elections cycles ago (well, only 2006 actually), ran on a smart growth platfrom, I even had one of his huge signs, practically a billboard, on the frontage of my property “Corey Stewart, Supporting Smarth Growth”! Guess what project was his poster boy for a poor land use decision that would ultimately cost tax payers? Yes, you are correct, Brentswood. Well, Stonehaven is simply a reduced reincarnation of Brentswood.
I hope our BOCS votes no tomorrow to initiate this CPA, if Corey, Wally, and Pete truly want to wear the mantle of low taxes, they have no choice but to vote no. Turning a few hundred housed into a few thousand houses is fiscal stupidity, plain and simple.
write to the BOCS and urge them to just say NO and protect your tax dollars!
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