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Subdivision may hurt vital habitat

Posted: December 4, 2013 - 5:35pm

 I am deeply concerned about the Quiet Creek Subdivision. My parents are concerned that the new road that is going to be built will greatly increase the traffic on Mountain View Drive and Elderberry Drive. But I am concerned that  the proposed subdivision will destroy important animal habitat. 

The area that  is going to be turned into a subdivision is home to eagles, crows, ravens, hares, coyotes, bears, owls, squirrels, porcupines, snipe, mink, moose and weasels. If this area is turned into a subdivision, important habitat for  animals may be destroyed.

Jacob Socha


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