I am strong AGAINST these proposed changes. Theses lands are an important part of the health of the region and should not be built on. We can learn from examples from around the world how turning these kinds of environments into concrete has major trickle down effects on all aspects of the surrounding area that impact the harmony of humans and the lands creating issues with clean water, sewage, foundations, and of course animals who are displaced. Besides it is well established that housing issues should be dealt with by improving density with medium and low rise capacity buildings in areas zone for single family homes not increasing urban sprawl. Housing in balance with nature actually improves the health of a population, and considering healthcare is a huge expense for the government this ought be a key consideration against urban sprawl.
Submitted October 27, 2022 6:43 AM