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Preserve Harding Petition

172 Signatures Goal: 250

We oppose the transfer of the land from Harding Township to Morris Township and the fields as proposed- 80 ft night lighting, Artificial/Synthetic Turf fields, PA system, play from 9am to 10:30pm seven days per week, and catering to interstate adult and regional youth teams. We believe the land should stay in Harding Township and be utilized by the local children. Any development should be limited to grass fields, daylight play, and no PA system. If you oppose the transfer of the property to Morris Township, night lighting, Artificial/Synthetic Turf fields, PA system, and the hours of play, please sign our petition.

Sponsor

Preserve Harding was created to provide the details that are missing from the Morris Township proposal to turn 15 acres of undeveloped land into a sports arena. Presented as a couple of neighborhood fields for the local town Children, it has morphed into a regional sports arena servicing adult leagues, inter-state participation from Pennsylvania to Maine, and with ties to commercial enterprises throughout Morris County. http://www.preserveharding.com/

Links

http://www.preserveharding.com/

Comment

172

Signatures

  • 7 years ago
    Duncan Lamontwe United States
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    Anne Eisele United States
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    rebecca sodano United States
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    Carmine Sodano United States
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    Michele Larkin United States
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    Theodore E. Jones United States
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    Genevieve Nicholls United States
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    Anne Marie Jarka-Hajjar United States
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    david cowen United States
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    Dianne Speakman United States
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    ed Zindel United States
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    Cathy Abrams United States
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    judi allem United States
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    Glenn Speakman United States
    7 years ago
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    Bonita S. Pyler United States
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