The township of Huntersville should be ashamed of themselves for the way the common areas along the roads are kept.
Huntersville Concord road along the Centennial Division the grass gets so high that now the speed sign that says 45 mph the weeds are higher than the sign. Along the railroad tracks it never seems to be maintained and it is a disgrace. As soon as you hit Cornelius it is properly maintained. It does not set a very good example for Huntersville.
I’m peeved about rapid development I’ve seen in Huntersville. Most new neighborhoods leave little or no mature trees left on the lots. While I understand that Huntersville’s population is growing, we can develop our communities eco-friendlier, with more natural corridors and mature trees left instead of the treeless spaces I have been seeing. Remember, we cannot destroy the natural spaces without thinking about the impact we’re having on the future. Right now, the impact looks like a negative one.
Mr. President, I realize you are dealing with the scum bag politicians on both sides of the spectrum obstructing repeal and replace. But for now, why not start by forcing insurance companies to compete across state lines? We, The People, are TIRED of being fleeced. End legalized theft!!!