Residents say "NO" to a MASSIVE U-HAUL building in Holly Oaks!
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On Thursday, November 9th U-Haul Manchester-Amerco Real Estate Co. will submit an application and will be heard by the board to propose the granting of a "Use Variance for Truck Rental & Self-Storage" and seek a variance for Maximum Site Improvement Ration for Block 15, Lot 1.02. This will result in the construction of a 26,001 square foot, 36ft HIGH MASSIVE BUILDING!
As the residents of Holly Oaks and Manchester Township we are against this proposal. This will not only directly impact the residents of Holly Oaks, it will becoming a major issue for the entire township.
We would like the board to consider opposing this request due to some of the following concerns:
- compromises the integrity of the Holly Oaks community
- increases traffic on rt. 70
- increase of accidents/casualties
- decreases property value(s)
- out of town and state visitors will have direct access to a residential community
- compromises safety of homes, residents and children
- a huge eyesore
- robs residents of privacy
- damages homes of remarkable birds
These are just some of the concerns of the residents, we urge you to communicate with the residents of our community and complete a full investigation of the proposal and consider all the repercussions that can result for the township and its residents if approved. We all love our homes and the community of Manchester many of us were born and raised here, many continued to stay and raise our families, and some found this hidden place and left the overdeveloped and populated areas to enjoy the privacy and hometown feel of a small connected community. Please consider our plea to deny this proposal and keep Manchester the beautiful place we all value most.
Residents of Manchester
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