Protect Rural Johnson County - STOP NorthPoint and Edgerton Rezoning!

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Amy Koch started this petition to City of Edgerton City of Edgerton Planning Commission and City of Edgerton City Council

PLEASE HELP US STOP DEVELOPERS FROM STEALING OUR HOMES AND FARMS!!!

Our goal is to protect the rural land, homes, communities and environment from extinction by opposing the actions of NorthPoint Development and the City of Edgerton in their annexation and rezoning of the land in Southern Johnson County to Logistics Park.

NorthPoint’s Logistics Park is positioned to build 100 million square feet of warehouse in rural Johnson County. Their promo video here showcases all the rural land they plan to cover in concrete.

These warehouses will literally be across the road and in the back yards of hundreds of families who live in rural Johnson County, Kansas. This land use does not conform to the development plans of Johnson County or in any way meet the Golden Criteria for development established by the Kansas Supreme Court. The developments will place catastrophic burden on rural roads, bridges, communities, and the watershed of Hillsdale Lake – the sole source of clean drinking water for Rural Water District 7. NorthPoint and the City of Edgerton have acted in a highly coordinated manner to annex and rezone over 600 acres of rural land, despite the fact that every resident in the neighborhood opposes it.

Help us by signing our petition in opposition of overreach of the City of Edgerton to rezone our rural residential land in Southern Johnson County to Logistic's Park. 

More information can be found on our website! Here is also a little video showing what we are fighting to keep! Our Facebook group can be found here

Donate to our GoFundMe here to help with our legal fight! 

Thank you so much for your support! 

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