In less than three weeks, on March 16, the Board of Supervisors will decide on the Fenton Mill Living rezoning proposal. Visit our homepage to see this before/after view of what the development will do to 376 acres of forest and farmland. The proposal is for 599 houses, far too many for these rural roads, and far more than the 288 houses the developer can build by right with the current zoning.
And far more than the 400 new homes York County’s Comprehensive Plan predicted would be built in all of District One (upper York) between 2015 and 2020. Instead, 3,246 homes and apartments were built or approved during those five years. And here come 599 more, unless we stop them.
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