The local economy is starting to pick up some steam, especially in our area. With that comes stronger interest in development-> commercial development. So far, we’ve been somewhat successful at addressing some of the development that has encroached the boundaries of Mandell Place, but for how much longer?
It has become more important than ever for us to put this into perspective and to better understand what this all means, especially when it comes to protecting our property and it’s value. This is not an issue of whether or not commercial interests will happen. It’s already here. The more cohesive we can be as a neighborhood will only do one thing: make us stronger and organized. It will position us to address any unwanted attempts to modify our neighborhood in such a way that hurts the spirited intentions of why we all chose to live and invest our nest eggs here.
Come join us in discussing how we can protect our interests.
Say no to these potential new neighbors: midrise apartments, halfway houses, parking garages, private for-profit schools—non-residential entities!
Come. Listen. Be Heard. Unite.