Stop the Pulte Trillium Farm development

Stop the Pulte Trillium Farm development

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Darren Maiman started this petition to DuPage County Zoneing Commision

Pulte wants to build 84 homes on land that is zoned R-2 which is "at least" 40,000 sq.ft. per lot. They want a variation/exception to the existing R-2 that would allow them to create lots of only about 6,900 sq.ft.!! And they plan for ingress/egress ONLY on overused Purnell Rd. which was proven (as residents have testified) in a recent Traffic Study to be at a grade of F during peak hours. That if F for failed! Why would the County Board approve putting more cars on an already failed and DANGEROUS road? Why would they approve an exception to the current zoning that makes a mockery of the County's own zoning regulations? Pulte testified at a hearing in November saying "...we don't see the list of exceptions that we've provided as being a request that is born out of trying to increase density and squeeze the last dollar out of a project." That statement describes EXACTLY what they ARE trying to do here and all over the U.S.! The DuPage County Zoning Board of Appeals needs to do the right thing and deny this outrageous petition. Please write to them TODAY and voice your concerns about traffic safety in the area of Purnell Road and the intersections around it and your concerns about a flagrant disregard for zoning regulations with the insertion of a high-density tract-style housing project into the semi-rural area all around it. Send brief, personal, compelling letters/emails to DuPage County Board of Appeals (by Wed. Feb.5th), and ASAP to the DuPage County Development Committee and to the DuPage County Board at Jack Knuepfer Administration Building, 421 North County Farm Rd., Wheaton, IL, 60187 and refer to Zoning Petition Z19-062 Trillium Company. Thank you for being a caring, proactive resident! Your opposition could make all the difference.

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