SAVE 7 HILLS & HENDERSON from HIGH DENSITY BUILDER PROJECTS / SUPPORT COMMUNITY INCLUSION

SAVE 7 HILLS & HENDERSON from HIGH DENSITY BUILDER PROJECTS / SUPPORT COMMUNITY INCLUSION

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HENDERSON COMMUNITY INCLUSION started this petition to debra.march@cityofhenderson.com Mayor Debra March and

SAY NO to the GOOD OL' BOYS - FIGHT FOR INCLUSION of OUR COMMUNITIES! -

Pettition against Ovation Development of the multifamily project proposal generally located at Alper Center Drive, Just south of The Southwest Gas Facility and adjacent to several 7 Hills communities.

We the undersigned, present you with a Plea to Hear Our Voices and to respectfully, draw your immediate attention, concern, and consideration to the following, for your timely action. We consider this to be the first step in regretfully informing you, Henderson's City Fathers, (Mayor March, our duly elected Council Members, Planning Members and other appointed officials), of our strong and urgent objection to large portions of the Ovation proposed multi-family ‘project’ that was submitted to The Henderson Community Development Department on September 23, 2019.

Please hear our plea, respectfully, to outright reject, temporarily halt, desist, or facilitate this ‘proposed plan’ in its current form - which proposes to allow high-density residential property - allowing for 257 units / 67 units per acre (on ten acres) (where the surrounding established communities are currently zoned R6 - specifically but not limited to, property lines that connect to several 7 Hills communities) - In addition to the 257 units, there will be parking, setbacks and other
requirements that would be condensed into ten acres, butting up to and ‘amid’ these long-standing - Pride of Henderson Communities.

Moving forward with this proposal in its current form would also significantly increase the height of the proposed structures to over 40 feet, along with this ‘out of place’ design - regarding current look, feel and flow of the proposed ‘project’ - not to mention height and intensity of the lighting and other similar objections to this ‘proposed plan’ – increasingly appearing to be a ‘project’ could likely have consequences that may be far-reaching and irreversible, significantly affecting property values for individuals and in neighboring communities, as well as other permanent impacts beyond specific 7 Hills Communities … issues that may currently be known or unforeseeable at this time – especially with the appearance of such an ill-conceived ‘plan’ for the community it is ‘proposed’ to be placed. 267 units could mean up to 500 more vehicles affecting our all-ready crowded schools and infrastructure! This ‘plan’ disregards everything 7 Hills and the surrounding communities have worked so hard to preserve. With no personal insult intended, we, the undersigned, simply feel that this ‘proposed project’ - in its current form - to be a shock, offensive and a disappointment. This ‘plan’ feels as if it has a complete disregard for its neighbors, the surrounding areas as a whole – even to the integrity of Henderson as a whole, and disregard to The City’s Pride of Community - community amenities - integration with the surrounding landscape - the parks, and established and well-loved neighboring communities – this proposed project does not seem to take into consideration the reason so many people love the City of Henderson, and additionally, does not appear to respect or have a desire to be part of the communities that make Henderson so special... this may or may not be true – but as homeowners and community members, we believe in the continued growth of our City and want very much to be a part of the solution while this  landowner/developer, plans, executes and hopefully succeeds in all ways, including financially, just not at the expense of the neighbors or with what makes Henderson so special.

The proposed plan feels a little like Mickey Mouse being plopped down in Star Trek.


Our concerns, in short,--- HIGH DENSITY beyond our comprehension - objections of general negative community-based impact ... by ill-conceived planning (beyond what might be seen as the highest and best potential for financial gain for land-owner / developer) - aesthetically offensive overall for the area it is integrating with - traffic and parking safety and other disagreeable design as proposed - lighting height and low-level lighting concerns - building height over 35 feet – higher than a 2 story home - possible/probable financial losses in equity and or consequences for individuals as well as surrounding communities, especially as Henderson grows.


With that said, We the undersigned, respectfully ask that the current plan submitted to Henderson’s Community Development Department, be denied and that the homeowners and the landowner / developer, move forward with goodwill and in good faith, for a future Pride of Henderson Development that meets the needs and the best interests of all.

 

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