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Posted on March 11 at 3:34 p.m.
"... development in the South Patterson area and the expectation of a school on the Lane Farms property are threats to farming’s future."How can this statement NOT be true? Preserving our agricultural land should be a priority over another school in these times of educational budget issues. I am sure that plan will call for opening of the dead-end street of Santa Lucia where it meets the Lane Farms property. Does John Lane have anything to say about this? What about the EIR and the impact on a quiet, safe neighborhood of the traffic that will be expected? What about the property values in the affected neighborhood...do you want to drive them down even more? It's time for the neighborhood coalitions to get active!
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