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Re: E-M:/ High Density Developments to Preserve Agricultural Land???
- Subject: Re: E-M:/ High Density Developments to Preserve Agricultural Land???
- From: Cubbagec@aol.com
- Date: Wed, 23 Apr 2003 14:50:40 EDT
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- List-Name: Enviro-Mich
- Reply-To: Cubbagec@aol.com
Guess I missed something. And that is entirely possible too:>) Anyway, where did it get written that small manufactured homes are the only option? It may be what some developers in some areas see that structural type as the fastest way to a buck, but surely there are options to discourage that.
In a message dated 04/22/2003 10:35:50 AM Eastern Daylight Time, firstname.lastname@example.org writes:
The first thing that comes to mind with Yackness'
approach is the segregation it would create. On the
west side are the wealthy with large custom built
homes on one acre lots &on the east side are the not
so wealthy with a small manufactured homes sharing a
single acre with 7 other families. Is this really the
future we see for our Michigan communities?