VOTE  NOPE

NOProposed  Expansion

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WHAT PART
OF

DON’T
THEY
UNDERSTAND?

Twice the voters of North Plains have said “NO” to annexing more land into the city, but the developers keep coming back. This is what “NO” means:

NO means we value the small town feel of North Plains and believe the current growth rate is sufficient. From 2005 to 2007, it is expected that over 150 construction permits will be issued for residential lots within the current city limits.

NO means we value slow growth. If the annexations are approved, 389 more housing units will be built as quickly as possible. North Plains will be “Under Construction” for the foreseeable future.

NO means we value a quality of life that will be lost with increased traffic, noise, and congestion brought by hundreds of new residents.

NO means we value preserving productive farmland for food security in a global economy. The highest and best use of farmland is not for housing.

NO means we value a community whose rural roots and identity are worth preserving. With big new developments and cookie-cutter homes, North Plains will look like “Anywhere, USA.”

NO means we, not developers, should decide what is best for North Plains. After all, we’re the ones who live here!

VOTE YOUR VALUES
 
VOTE “NO”
on
Measures 34-122, 34-123 and 34-124

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(Last updated 02/26/2007 04:51 PM)