Letters to the Editor: Co-housing acted unneighborly
I live on Mountain View St., the new driveway to the “Co-Housing Development.” After a year of putting up with huge construction vehicles, mud, dirt, dust, my lawn torn up for new water pipes and sink holes that are still happening near my driveway, I now have an issue with it.
This morning while walking my granddaughter to the park I chose to walk through the cohousing development, after all they have what looks like roads and walkways in there. I was approached by a woman who told me that I was not to walk through there as it was private property. Well so was my lawn that had to be dug up for your development and the young Lad that lives in there somewhere who has been in my driveway several times and on my front porch, I didn’t tell him to leave because it was private property.
When I hear the term cohousing I think of living harmoniously in a community with others. Guess I was wrong.
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