Residents/Owners of Wildbrooke Community/Subdivision

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Board of Commissioners,
Forsyth County

Dear Sirs,

This request is in response to the notice to amend zoning condition placed on ZA3083 and the application #AZ150049, which is opposite to the Wildbrooke Community and the development plan for “The Enclave at Wildbrooke” at Lot 627, 2nd District, 2nd Section, Forsyth County, GA 30041,

We residents/owners of current Wildbrooke Subdivision would like to submit a request to consider our requests before awarding a final decision on the plan.

1. The current Wildbrooke subdivision is getting developed with 220 detached singlefamily homes. Developer of the property has developed 2 lighted courts with viewing pavilion, Junior Olympic swimming pool and Toddler waddling pool, a clubhouse with exercise room and a small kids swing and play house. Current residents/owners believes that these amenities will be barely support the needs of the kids and families of the subdivison, sharing these amenities with additional 40 families will reduce the availability for the current residents/owners. We believe that The Enclave at Wildbrooke shall have their own amenities or use the Forsyth county amenities.

2. On the lot 627 as referenced above, the new proposed attached single family home community is being proposed as “The Enclave at Wildbrooke”. Proposed development plan by the developer is being developed as an integration of the currently being constructed and developed Wildbrooke Subdivision. The current residents/owners believes that Wildbrooke subdivision was developed as stand alone subdivision with its unique identity and character in the local community, being one of its kind. Residents/owners believes that we need to maintain its uniqueness and there shall not be any other subdivision in the near vicinity to use Wildbrooke name. We request to reconsider the proposed name of the subdivision without referring to Wildbrooke in its name.

3. We believe that, the proposed subdivision, Enclave at Wildbrooke, should have a similar zoning (Res3) just like ours, that will increase the overall value of the area and will be a good addition in the neighbourhood

4.The proposed subdivision is developed on the other side of the Ronald Reagan Blvd and it , is proposed to share the amenities with the current Wildbrooke. We believe that it will not be kids safe to cross the road to enjoy the amenities and might be a potential accident hazard.

5. We wanted to bring to your notice that, a new subdivision named, Oxford Summit Phase 3, an apartment community, which is expected to have 120+ apartment homes, is being developed immediate north of the Wildbrooke subdivision. This has already increased the density of the residents in this area. We feel that, before we do any further development, it would be advisable to increase the number of lanes and extend the Ronald Reagan Blvd in the south till the McFarland Pkwy.

6. Any future neighborhood improvements needs to be coordinated across the road. The proposed amendment will bring difficulties in implementing new improvements, like making the neighborhood as Gated community etc to the neighborhood, will also cost more to HOA to maintain the both single and townhome properties.

7. Last but not the least, the builder Lennar, didn't advertise or make us aware while purchasing the home that there is an extension planned to build townhomes which is going to share the amenities. This is one of the critical aspects one would look at to make purchasing decision.

By considering the above reasons we strongly believe that the proposed amendment 'Enclave at Wildbrooke' shouldn't be integrated with what is already planned/approved/advertised as 'Wildbrooke'.

The current residents/owners have signed this request to represent their concerns as collective approach; we would like to enjoy staying in this subdivision without any unforeseen future problems with the neighboring subdivision. We acknowledge that each resident/owner has read and agree to the content of this request.

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