I loved west kaysville when I lived there. There were cows etc. It was so
peaceful. Called it home for several years. Loved the country feeling.
Great idea!So wonderful these people want to help 300 families have
I love that in Utah we all the sudden have the urge to develop every square foot
of land into housing or commercial areas. We don't cherish open spaces,
viable farm land, or mountains anymore. It is a sad story.
And what might tree-hugger do for a living? I'd not judge another's
career unless you had something on which to base your condemnation other than a
news story. Some people actually make a living for their families developing
land and not all of them are greedy. Sometimes the landowners want huge prices
for their land---"demand driven" is an economic concept---and that
affects rates and prices, too. I'm not saying exactly what is in play in
this case because I don't know. Do you?
I loathe greedy developers....