Say No to 240 Unit Complex on Clarksville Pike - just off of Briley Pkwy

Say No to 240 Unit Complex on Clarksville Pike - just off of Briley Pkwy

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Mechele Neal started this petition to District 1 Council member Jonathan Hall - District 1 - Nashville

I am starting this petition to oppose case number 2021Z-032PR-001.
Have noticed the signs on Clarksville Pike, just as you go north  from Briley Parkway? An investor bought 16 acres of land last year in March. It is located behind the first 7 houses on Clarksville Pike. The road bottlenecks to two lanes and they are trying to add more traffic and increase car accidents. The developer is requesting this area to be rezoned from RS40 Zoning to RM15 Zoning. What does this mean? Right now it is zoned for 1 house per acre, so 16 houses. If they are allowed to rezone, they can build 15 units/dwelling per acre! That is 240 additional cars if only one person resides in the unit, but a family of two increases that to 480 cars coming in and out per day. And the entrance is in between the 2nd and 3rd house on Clarksville Pike. This will definitely increase the traffic. After the majority of the trees are torn down, this will increase the water drainage towards our homes. The noise level will definitely change with 240+ new neighbors. Property value will decrease.  With the possibility of 240 apartments, condos, or whatever they are trying to build, our backyards will be more like a city instead of the quiet neighborhood it has been for your family and mine. I can only imaging this new scenery. No more beautiful uninterrupted views. No more deers. No more wildlife. No more quiet living in North Nashville. Write your councilman, Jonathan.Hall@nashville.gov. Say NO to CASE # 2021Z-032PR-001. This is of the utmost urgency as the next virtual planning meeting is

****RESCHEDULED to April 22, 2021 at 4:00 PM***.

To be heard, dial number is 629-255-1901. Email your questions by 3pm on April 20, 2021 to planning.commissioners@nashville.gov.  

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