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The amended Letter of Intent for Borowsky’s urban development of 2100 units when current zoning is approximately 140 residential will negatively affect the footprint of rural Cornville. Cornville’s present infrastructure cannot support this type of urban density.
Yet again, we have a horrendous crash on Cornville Road, one that led to the death of a young girl.
The developers of Spring Creek Ranch have submitted an amended proposal calling for 2,100 housing units: 1,500 manufactured or site-built home lots of which up to 200 may be used for recreational vehicle pads, 400 rental units and a 200 unit assisted living facility.
Mitt had a choice and with all the senators who pledged verbally and in writing I did expect them to follow their conscience.
Workforce housing is not the government’s problem. It is a business model error.
We now live in a country where our elected representatives are unwilling to compromise on basic issues which are important to every American, such as health care.
We need leaders who have a moral compass and a compassionate heart, rather than grabby hands demeaning as many women as he is allowed.
For about five years now, a recurring theme in Cottonwood has been the lack of affordable housing for the everyday Average Joe.
I was in attendance at the Camp Verde Town Council meeting on January 8, 2020 that has been the topic of great discussions in the local newspapers.