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Ned269 ..... When it comes to the STRP the city does not care what you, the eagles or EPA think. They have to "give you the pipe" because they over paid for the water company. Currently we as a city hold the note for 250 million dollars plus interest. The drinking water here is like going to the gas station, you pay by the gallon. The city goes forward and if they are fined because of some law they don't like, they just pay the fines with the taxpayers money. As far as green space, today builders are required by most cities and towns to have 1 acre for every 16 homes/lots they build. Using that requirement, Marco should have 750 acres of green space/parks based on 12,000 lots for homes. In the future try winning your arguments with facts rather than scrutnizing someone's spelling. You sound like the overgrown inmature bully on a playground. If this was a decent newspaper it would have spell check like other newspapers do!
To you Marco 98 ... If you read the deed, where is paragraph # 4 on the first page of the deed is concerning Track K? There's nothing written concerning "Track K" on the deed becoming a school! Please have facts, not BS! If you knew anything about the law the "No Trespassing" signs are on the property (Track K) are due to insurance liability requirements. It has nothing to do with a school, as none exists. It's to keep people like you from calling Morgan & Morgan off the property!
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