To the Editor:
I’m from Connecticut the place my taxes went up from $2,400 a yr to $8,000 a yr. And after I began taking a look at shifting to The Villages in 2007 the low taxes have been a draw.
A salesman for The Villages for a few years known as me in Connecticut till 2011. Stating the identical scripted line that every one of us heard! As soon as the Brownwood space was accomplished to State Highway 44, that may be it! The Villages can be full! The house costs would go up, up, up! I higher hurry up and purchase! I mentioned nobody kills the goose that lays the golden egg!
He mentioned that the Schwartz grandchildren weren’t enthusiastic about The Villages growth they usually wish to transfer on to different pursuits.
Then bam, they have been constructing Fruitland Park, then Fenney and on and on!
Shutting down Katie Belle’s? That was Schwartz’s legacy! Constructing residences in Brownwood, tearing down Hacienda Hills County Membership and constructing residences there, and so forth.
They’ve stopped caring concerning the individuals who purchased into the dream and the promise of a sure life-style. They don’t deal with us as a democracy however as dictators! Who simply steam roll us seniors!
And now that their enlargement goals require costly bridges and extra roads and infrastructure they count on all of us to assist them pay for it!
Nicely, if you happen to can’t afford it, by promoting your new houses, perhaps it’s essential cease constructing right here! And help the individuals who supported you by enhancing on what’s right here. And perhaps treating us with respect and consideration.
I really feel so sorry for the folks in Spanish Springs when the residences go in and about 500 extra folks a day could possibly be utilizing two-lane Morse Boulevard. How does this profit the present seniors? Their security will likely be compromised, and it’s the primary street to the hospital. Disgrace on the Developer. He can afford to purchase and construct anyplace, cease hurting the seniors which have supported your loved ones and the expansion of our house The Villages!
Village of Hadley