Keep Five Farms Avenue and CW exclusive and allow GL to build their 55+ community.
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Pasco needs to accept and approve the application, and the removal of the interconnection between subdivisions. The requirement of this roadway connection will have a negative impact on the entire Wesley Chapel community and Country Walk, creating additional safety issues on local streets within the Country Walk community while putting undue pressure on Meadow Pointe Boulevard’s small road artery which leads to 54 and 56. As recently seen on WFLA News Channel 8, there are already safety issues that are being discussed on a daily basis, and the roads do not need added pressure. I contend that this proposed roadway connection is not necessary to serve the current or future residents of Country Walk and Wesley Chapel, along with placing a further burden on roadways through Country Walk and Wesley Chapel. Also, the roadway and infrastructure issues will most certainly, negatively impact property values.
When originally planned and purchased the connecting road was not stipulated in the contract for the area. With all this I believe the benefits of having the over fifty-five community in Wesley Chapel and keeping both communities exclusive are needed. This new community will bring an extensive economic tax base with zero negative impact on our school system because they will not add students to our already overcrowded schools. Likewise, the community will bring capital to our various shops, healthcare centers, and the multitude of other businesses in the area. Lastly, it will be in a safe environment that is gated.
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