Sign Petition

Residents of Springfield in Chanhassen OPPOSED to connecting Kiowa Trail and Springfield Dr.

144 Signatures Goal: 150

The following homeowners in the Springfield Neighborhood have signed this petition to make their preferences known regarding the future of Kiowa Trail. As development of the area and the expansion of Highway 101 continue to increase traffic in our area, we see the need to notify the city planners and the city council that we collectively do not want to see Kiowa Trail become a through street to the Springfield Neighborhood.

We envision a significant increase in traffic and safety issues on our streets that would change the neighborhood we have come to enjoy.

KEEP THE SPRINGFIELD DRIVE / KIOWA TRAIL BARRIER IN PLACE

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  • John Aho
    John Aho United States, Lakefield
    Dec 12, 2013
    Dec 12, 2013
    Please do not open the barrier! We have an abundance of families with children partly due to the safety and security inherent by our development. Please do not open it up to free flowing public traffic - it is not worth the risk to our families!!
  • Anonymous
    Anonymous
    Dec 12, 2013
    Dec 12, 2013
    My wife and I strongly oppose the opening of Kiowa trail to Springfield neighborhood. The increased traffic will increase risk to all families and change our neighborhood in a very negative way.
  • Dahl
    Dahl United States, Mound
    Dec 12, 2013
    Dec 12, 2013
    My husband and I take 101 south every day to work and we don't even want the "short cut".
  • Gordon Jensen
    Gordon Jensen United States, Minneapolis
    Dec 11, 2013
    Dec 11, 2013
    Strongly apposed to opening up Kiowa Trail to the Springfield neighborhood. With recent improvements to 101 there is no reason to leave it open.
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    Julie Oyen United States
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    Cindee Walz United States
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    eric oyen United States
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    Tammy Naples United States
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    JT Naples United States
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    Curt Kobilarcsik United States
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    Sue Daub United States
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    John Aho United States
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    Patty Mullen United States
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    Lisa Laughlin United States
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    Paul Schnettler United States
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    Dahl United States
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    Gordon Jensen United States
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    Diza Braksmayer United States
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    Adriana United States
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