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TONIGHT: Huge Whisman project before council

Original post made on Mar 24, 2009

In a development that is slated to be larger than Mayfield -- but probably without as much controversy -- 38 acres of industrial land could be converted to a mix of single family homes, row homes and higher density condos along Ferguson Drive. Tonight the City Council will decide whether to allow zoning for the development.

Read the full story here Web Link posted Tuesday, March 24, 2009, 1:12 PM

Comments (2)

Posted by Sarah Donaldson, a resident of Whisman Station
on Mar 24, 2009 at 7:24 pm

This is all good and well but where are these residents going to send their kids to school?. All of Mtn Vw elementaries are having lottery for kindergarten entry for this year as the schools are overcrowded. Does the city and the school board ever get together to try and address this concern?

Posted by Rez, a resident of Waverly Park
on Mar 27, 2009 at 9:55 am

What about the Grant Farm development? The latest meeting on the zoning plan was canceled. How much housing is going up in this city? Can the infrastructure support all these new residents? In this economy, how smart is it to keep building things that don't sell?

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