hollymay 
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Re: “Union Seminary's Proposed Apartment Complex Should Take Notes From Another Richmond School

Very well written article. If I'm not mistaken, though, the land has already been sold. The seminary really doesn't have any more rights to say what happens to it. I commented on another Facebook article that if the people of the community are sincere about doing something about this they need to appeal to the developer that lives in Tennessee.....I am a Veritas School parent, so I am concerned about the element of individual that will inhabit, let's be honest, rent these lower income apartments. They keep saying it's not going to be low income, but HUD would not be involved if it were not. A compromise would be high-end condos and the developer would receive a huge profit margin at the onset of his development.....developers only care about money, the neighborhood only cares about their property values and safety, which also keep the property values in tact, The Veritas School cares about its students, and wants them to be safe. There is a solution that makes everyone happy, a well built, beautifully done, architecturally accurate (keeping with historical brick) and beautiful walkways and park like settings around the condos....YOU need to appeal to the DEVELOPER. You are WASTING time dealing with Richmond city, you are WASTING TIME dealing with the seminary, they don't really have much of a say what it's going to look like at this point. You need to organize, put your money where your mouth is, and get a lawyer to draft a compromising plan to appeal to the business sense of the developer. PERIOD. END of subject.

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Posted by hollymay on 03/22/2017 at 10:41 AM

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