Ronald Hagler 
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Re: “The future of Pittsboro hinges on tonight's vote on Chatham Park

The only benefits to evolve from this development will fall into the hands of Jim Goodnight and Tim Smith; all other persons be damned! It is no more complicated than that. Jordan Lake was developed as a sports resort, complete with hunting, fishing, boating and recreational rights for everyone. It was not designed to support the water usages of Cary, Apex, Pittsboro and now CHATHAM PARK! This move, however profitable to the developers, will destroy Jordan lake, as it is evident that the water to supply this Park will eventually be drawn from there. Sure, there will be increased tax revenue, but this will be offset by the increased usage of Chatham County resources. Supporters of this plan are quoted as saying “The developers envision it as a sequel to Research Triangle Park.” While this may be there plan, or dream, it is totally flawed; as RTP is only about 70% of what it was in the 80’s and there is no reason to believe companies will skip-over RTP and flock into Chatham County. If they are not flourishing in an established site as is RTP, what possible reason would one have to believe Chatham Park will fare any better. I envision a disaster in the making and support any and all who oppose this development. R.W. Hagler

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Posted by Ronald Hagler on 06/10/2014 at 12:36 PM

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