October 4, 2010 at 7:00 pm in INFORUM
The Deer Creek addition will move forward with 41 fewer lots than originally proposed after a compromise with the Fargo City Commission. Continue Reading
Tags: Deer Creek, Fargo, Fargo City Commission, subdivisions 2 Comments »
The Forum is using their power of “selective reporting” for the commission meetings again. The article excluded a very good attorney’s arguments about the city abusing special assessments, and how the city continues to abuse the process. Hardly a word was heard by the commission and the Mayor whom all choose to ignore the few in the public who care to study the special assessment abuse and force the public to sue the city over the abusiveness. Good luck to the attorney and his clients.
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This whole development should have been purchased by the city, and a public park with river access should have been created. NO public parks exist in Fargo along it’s western borders. This parcel would have been the last chance to develop park property that would have river access for the PUBLIC.
Once again Fargo commissioners simply see all the $$$$$ and salivate.
So now we have this new re-zoning approved without the riverfront front property. However we are told that a “new” vote can come before the commission in December… you know *wink* *wink* so that it can be passed when the public outcry goes down and they can sneak the vote by when the public is distracted with Christmas plans.
Can someone please ask the Fargo City Commission when they plan to develop a new park on the western edge of the City that has mature trees, access to a lake or river, and provides that half of the city with some amenities. You know… those types of things that TAXES are supposed to pay for? Or are all my taxes going towards extra police salaries so they can bust some more synthetic marijuana users online, or nail a speeder for going 5MPH over the limit, or maybe even find save my family from online hookers?
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