Stop ripping up green space to build shopping centers - Support sustainable land use

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Tim Geaghan
10 years ago
Because I believe in people, not profits, and that natural beauty has no price or vulnerability to economic conditions--it has endless dignity that will preserve and protect home prices. If only we will preserve and protect IT.

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Terrence Ross
10 years ago
THis sohould be a Green Space. There are already to many nasty shopping centers around that provide everything we need in the area.

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MARION OLSON
10 years ago
We have far too much retail and not enough green space

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Martha Webb
10 years ago
There is no need for more "retail space." Less than a mile away there is a demolished abandoned strip mall. And, where will the fox and deer live if not at Oakwood?

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Jim Fox
10 years ago
We don't need more retail space.

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Mischelle Lohr
10 years ago
Stop development of green spaces

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Katie Ong-Landini
10 years ago
I am very much opposed to the development of the Oakwood property. This community needs much less retail space, and all of us need to stop defining ourselves as consumers!

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Kevin Waters
10 years ago
There are plenty of other unoccupied locations that surly could accommodate this idea. To do this here would certainly force a change in what is now "residential life" and force commercial life down our throats. We have plenty of stores to shop at within a short distance and do not need these.

K.C.

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JOHN trolio
10 years ago
soon there isnt going to be any more green except for what we see on tv, photographs, paintngs and in our memories

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William Hopkins
10 years ago
With all the businesses and shops that will close as a result of this big box store development, it should not be done nor even considered. Shame on the politicians of South Euclid. The city supposedly gets enough revenue from Legacy Village for the schools; the development of Oakwood is just greed.