To the County Council of Richland County:
We, the undersigned residents of WildeWood and/or northeast Columbia, are strongly opposed to the road connecting the proposed development (RC Project #03-49MA) to Old Still or Leaning Tree Roads. We are not opposed to the development, but merely the creation of the road that would become a through street to and from Two Notch Road to Mallet Hill Road and Polo Road. This new road (in which the proposed gates cannot be policed) would bring significant \"cut-through\" traffic throughout the interior streets of WildeWood. In addition, the sheriff\'s office has publicly stated that crime rates in the neighborhood would increase as a result of this road. Our unified opposition to this road is based upon safety and traffic concerns.
We do not believe that the developers have the right to degrade our neighborhood and we ask that County Council members NOT approve this project if it includes the access road.
Respectfully submitted to Richland County Council for consideration at public hearing to be held May 27, 2003.
This petition is sponsored by the Homeowners/Residents of Wildewood Subdivision and other concerned citizens in the Northeast Columbia area. For additional information, please contact:
Barbara Petit BarbPetit@aol.com
Liz Niehaus LNIEHaUS@aol.com
posted by: Janice Harper JaniceKHarper@aol.com
Help spread the word about this petition. Copy the code below and paste it into your website or blog to help promote this petition.
Please contact Richland County Council and let them know your concerns on this issue! Doris Corley 932-2203 Thelma Tillis 754-8896 firstname.lastname@example.org Kit Smith 254-0542 email@example.com Paul Livingston 765-1192 firstname.lastname@example.org L. Gregory Pearce 783-8792 email@example.com Joe McEachern 765-1192 firstname.lastname@example.org Joan Brady 787-9712 email@example.com Susan Brill 788-8516 firstname.lastname@example.org Bernice Scott 353-8812 email@example.com Anthony Mizzel 776-8788 firstname.lastname@example.org
The views expressed in this petition are solely those of the petition's sponsor and do not in any way reflect the views of iPetitions. iPetitions is solely a provider of technical services to the petition sponsor and cannot be held liable for any damages or injury or other harm arising from this petition. In the event no adequate sponsor is named, iPetitions will consider the individual account holder with which the petition was created as the lawful sponsor.