Denise Cunningham



September, 2021

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Supported a comment by E Rozell on Cool Spring 2 years ago
E Rozell
No, you have a history of altering infrastructure to support your own motives and not listening to the residents of the county and state who speak out in opposition
Supported a comment by Polly L. on Cool Spring 2 years ago
Polly L.
How about a pledge to NOT cut down woods or drain wetlands , which are disappearing throughout the county at an alarming rate. This is insanity in the face of climate change. How about a pledge NOT to ask for rezoning from AR-1 to MR-RPC. What is the plan for keeping the estimated 32,000 plus vehicles per weekday off the already overcrowded roads, especially Route 9? Traffic is already frequently backing up from the Vineyard to Five Points.
Supported a comment by Bonita Marshall on Cool Spring 2 years ago
Bonita Marshall
Supported a comment by Chrisof Oswald on Cool Spring 2 years ago
Chrisof Oswald
I think it should be done in a different location, Hudson road is already too flooded and so is Route 9. Gravel Hill area was spoken of and I think that was a better choice but anything taking more farmland away is a bad idea. Also, anything near Cool Spring should be reconsidered due to the crime.
Commented on Cool Spring 2 years ago
Helen, if you want to go to festivals, performances and seasonal calendar of events, them go to Hudson Fields, which is off of route 1. We do not need another venue like that here.
Supported a comment by Lorraine Ruth on Cool Spring 2 years ago
Lorraine Ruth
We don't need a more sophisticated look. What we need is the farmland that has been lost. If you want a peaceful area you missed it. The area 40 years ago was absolutely beautiful. Farmland and lovely waterways not a lot of people. It was a good place to raise a family. We had very little crime back then. I think if you need all the fancy restaurants and sophistication go back to where you came from. There are more people here that enjoy going to Royal Farms than know.
What I truly hate is the fact that people move here for the small town atmosphere and then promptly try to change it to what they came from.
A piece of Sussex County wisdom. We really don't care how you did it back where you came from.
Lorraine Ruth