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Say NO to high density housing (at 75th St & Commons Dr in Aurora IL)

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Say NO to high density housing (at 75th Street & S Commons Dr in Aurora IL)

This development is south of 75th st, east of S Commons Dr and West of IL- 59

Please help by signing this petition to contest the LAND USE/ ZONING CHANGE request filed by M/I homes of chicago LLC with City of Aurora.

Request all neighboring subdivisions to participate and sign the petition as this can affect the following neighborhoods. (Thatchers grove, Blackstone, Chicory, Meadowlakes, etc...)

Please forward to your friends and neighbors in the area and request them to sign this petition.

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We are objecting to the proposed Land Use/Zoning Change requested by M/I Homes near Commons Drive & 75th st in Aurora, Illinois. The proposed building project is by M/I Homes

The subject vacant farmland was originally zoned for single family, low density (one house per acre) homes . To now change the zoning to multi-family, (6-7 homes per acre) is a “taking” from property values from neighboring sub-divisions. We stand firmly against this proposal which would have an overall detrimental effect on neighboring subdivisions.

Furthermore, the area in which we live and pay taxes has already experienced massive growth in population. The additional homes, cars and people coming into the Aurora/Naperville/Oswego area is a burden to the existing infrastructure and has lessened the quality of life we sought when we moved to this area and invested in our homes. It seems government is now more interested in acquiring taxpayers rather than focusing on ensuring the safety and well-being of the people who are already residents – and taxpayers. We simply cannot afford any more residential development in this area.

We request that M/I NOT be allowed to change the Land Use/Zoning for their contemplated project. We look forward to a response from the Planning and Zoning Division as we explore what options are open to us as current homeowners in trying to retain the value of our homes and prevent any further degradation of quality of life.


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