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FROM: Concerned Citizens of Redmond

A CITIZEN PETITION TO SAVE PERRIGO SPRINGS WOODLANDS

We the undersigned Redmond residents, petition Redmond City Council Members and Commissioners to place the highest priority on preserving 20+ acres of permanent, open green space surrounding Perrigo Springs. Such land is used for parks, walking trails, historic sites, gateway views, watershed, wetland, and wildlife protection.

This mature, conifer forest contains streams and wetlands and is utilized by Redmond High School Students and citizens as an environmental laboratory for the study and protection of priority species such as the pileated woodpecker and others. The forest provides open space for a densely populated area, and is a scenic, wildlife habitat that preserves the original, rural character of Redmond for future generations.

WE ENCOURAGE REDMOND CITY COUNCIL TO DENY APPROVAL FOR DEVELPMENT IN THIS SENSITIVE AREA, AND TO USE ALL AVAILABLE METHODS FOR PRESERVING THE 20+ ACRES AROUND PERRIGO SPRINGS AS PARK LAND IN PERPETUITY.

These methods include accepting land dedications, utilizing zoning tools, and authorizing of federal, state, county and local funding sources to complement City efforts.

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  • 26 December 2015289. Joanna F
    Address, Zip Code 17714 NE 102nd ct. i love elephants
  • 26 December 2015288. Tracy Lh
    Address, Zip Code 98052 I understand plan development is essential to the growth of communities, but how far are we willing to go? Developing the woodlands will cause additional crowding in our community and deplete natural beauty--both of which create a
  • 25 December 2015287. Judith H
    I support this petition
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    I support this petition
  • 11 December 2015285. Pam Y
    Address, Zip Code 10019 169th Ave. NE (Education Hill) I feel we should keep the woodlands untainted by any construction. Though my husband has considered modest, attractive affordable houseing as a secondary option to Park Trails, I prefer we keep the l
  • 10 December 2015284. Mona Hebert
    save the trees!!!
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    I support this petition
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    I support this petition
  • 08 December 2015281. Rebecca S
    Address, Zip Code 16928 NE 100 Street 98052 Just say no to any new construction! Save this beautiful forested area!!
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  • 12 November 2015271. Kirby Z
    I support this petition
  • 08 November 2015270. Calvin D
    Address, Zip Code 98052 Our family uses this area for walks, biking, and birding.
  • 05 November 2015269. Bob S
    Address, Zip Code 173rd Place NE Access to this forested area was one of the reasons we chose to live in Redmond. So much of this area looks just like California -- no open space available anywhere for people to enjoy. Just acres and acres of houses. Kee
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  • 29 October 2015265. Kevin S
    I support this petition
  • 27 October 2015264. Kate C
    I support this petition
  • 27 October 2015263. Scott N
    Redmond JH track uses this area also.

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