Wow. For once, I agree with the Free Press.
Mr. Lonas wants to make "a lasting impact on the community and provide something for generations to come" but thinks his only choice is to put up 700 acres of houses or knock down 700 acres of trees, both of which he admits would be BAD for the community, if Mr. Horton doesn't get his way. Talk about disingenuous.
And I'm sorry, was there a parade? I must have missed it...maybe it was held in Alaska...?
The planning approval process is designed to give the neighbors a voice in what happens in their community. The neighbors are using the process as intended, and they're not backing down - good for them. Why is the Free Press so intent on defeating these citizens with collateral attacks on their integrity? Is it because the facts about the development just don't support the viewpoint the Free Press espouses?
Since we're so very concerned about who's funding/goading/fronting for whom in all this, I'd like to know who's got their claws in the Free Press. It ain't CBL, that's for sure...