Greeney: Calls new development 'wasteful'

Posted 9/25/20

Who approved the “Beachfront Resort” in Glendale? Eleven-acre man-made lagoon with sandy beaches! Where is this water coming from?

We live in a desert, man. Look around at the fires, …

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Greeney: Calls new development 'wasteful'

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Who approved the “Beachfront Resort” in Glendale? Eleven-acre man-made lagoon with sandy beaches! Where is this water coming from?

We live in a desert, man. Look around at the fires, hurricanes, tornadoes, hottest summer on record for Arizona, contagious flu that will always be floating around!

How will an 11-acre water lagoon in Glendale improve our lives? It’s developments like these that make me pause.

Our city managers seem to think they will be able to buy water forever. Then, out of nowhere in the not too distant future, our elected officials will mandate water rationing to us Arizona residents.

Please, for a change, let’s think about our planet.

JoAnn Greeney
Sun City

planet, Glendale

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