Save Black Meadow Ridge Durham!

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Melissa Rooney
Aug 28, 2020
I am so incredibly disheartened at the way non-Durham landowners and developers are chipping away at what is left of our natural resources and quality of life. The Eno River and the surrounding area are gems in Durham's crown; we should not let anything encroach on what we have managed to save despite incredibly political, financial, and special interests. Our natural spaces are disappearing, and they are precisely what makes Durham the unique place where so many people want to live.

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Debra Kernan
Jul 31, 2020
We need to keep the river clean and building townhouses will just create more pollution

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Tao Smith
Jul 30, 2020
NO.

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Kristian Wheeler
Jul 29, 2020
Once we cut down parts of the Eno to build townhouses, there is no going back. There are plenty of other places in Durham that the developer can build.

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Martha Gore
Jul 26, 2020
Save the Eno!

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Dougie Medlin
Jul 26, 2020
To keep the Eno River as it is. Protect nature

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Heather Brown
Jul 26, 2020
We need more wild; fewer backdrop.

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Crystal Dreisbach
Jun 12, 2020
Poor development practices are one of the biggest threats to our local waterways. They create impermeable surfaces that make our flooding issues worse, causing runoff and soil erosion. I do not want to see development in Durham that causes such harm to our land and community.

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Christina Haig
Mar 25, 2020
West Point is an important educational and recreational site for the children of Durham. So many children play in that river! Don't take that away from them.

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Billie McDowell
Mar 15, 2020
DONT TOUCH THE ENO. KEEP NATURE SACRED.