No Baseball Stadium Along The Savannah River

We, the citizens of North Augusta, South Carolina's Riverfront, petition the city to preserve the general environment of the Savannah riverfront, and develop it as area integrating the river and its gentile surroundings with structures and activities that complement the birds, and animals and aquatic life along the riparian areas of the city.  We hereby charge the city council and the mayor to reject all requests for development, including sports stadiums and arenas, which would bring thousands of people into these ecologically sensitive areas, because the noise, lights, parking, petroleum pollutants, and traffic are not conducive for preserving the natural habitat for plants, animals or humans.  We would welcome baseball in North Augusta, but in a less sensitive area than anywhere along the riverfront.

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  • Camille Myers I love the Greeneway. I love it because of the wildlife I see. If I remember, we paid an extra sales tax for this Greeneway. The City Council should not have the right to destroy it. Build it elsewhere. Build it where there is an old strip mall that is dead.

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    Camille Myers

    2 months ago Comments: I love the Greeneway. I love it because of the wildlife I see. If I remember, we paid an extra sales tax for this Greeneway. The City Council should not have the right to destroy it. Build it elsewhere. Build it where there is an old strip mall that is dead.
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