Save Schaumburg Wetlands
#414We need to save our natural habitats from pollution as much as possible.
Deena Mirandola (Hanover Park, 2020-12-18)
#415I live nearby and we already have a FedEx trucking stop kitty corner from this location. Don't need more heavy trucks and pollution in the area. Also, Rodenburg as a skinny 2 lane is not equipped for that kind of traffic.
David Meger (SCHAUMBURG, 2020-12-18)
#421It’s the right thing to do. Period.
Destiny Mae (Chicago , 2020-12-18)
#422It’s the right thing to do, It’s 2020. SAVE THE PLANET. Period.
Juliana Valenzuela (Chicago, 2020-12-18)
#423I care about the environment
Julie Jaworski (Rockford, 2020-12-18)
#424We need to preserve the natural areas within Schaumburg!
Colin Witt (Schaumburg , 2020-12-18)
#429Because this is clearly going to upset the natural area. Flooding will cause larger issues as well as the additional pollution.
Kate Conneely (Chicago, 2020-12-19)
#431I live practically next door and adore this part of Schaumburg. Absolutely NO to this. It will ruin the beauty and oil spill-free area, cause health issues like during the DAPL fiasco. NO NO NO.
SM Reeves (Roselle, 2020-12-19)
#436I am a Schaumburg resident for 38+ years and oppose anything that will harm the environment in the area.
Jim Kudjer (Schaumburg, 2020-12-19)
Francisco Sanchez (Chicago, 2020-12-19)
#443These wet land is the last land we have for the animals, we're running out of land and people keep building. This is all we have left
Dan Sandstrom (Schaumburg, 2020-12-20)
#445To take this land away from nature and the animals living there would be Devastating. We don’t need to build on every single piece of open land. I also do not want this monstrosity in my neighborhood. This would be an awful decision made by the village of Schaumburg to allow this to go through.
Amanda Tull (Schaumburg , 2020-12-20)
#451I am a Resident a Schaumburg living near this area. Removing the wetlands will be detrimental to many people, animals etc. I strongly feel that this nonsense should be stopped!
Gail Metsig (Schaumburg, 2020-12-20)
#452I live in the surrounding area of Schaumburg. I work in Schaumburg. We already have coyotes in our yards from them being displaced. We need nature. We don't need more concrete. There are other ways for us to make money.
Linda Friesema (Elk Grove Village, 2020-12-21)
#459It’s just wrong to destroy a 19 acres of wetlands!
Wendy Sears (Roselle , 2020-12-21)
#461I live right across This area off Rodenburg and do not to be breathing all this daily.
Tiziana Bavaro (Roselle , 2020-12-22)
#462To save the wetlands and the ecosystem in place
Amber Bombeck (Roselle, 2020-12-22)
#466I’m absolutely against the construction of any structure on the above referenced wetlands in Schaumburg. Please contact me if there’s anything that I can do to help.
Anthony DePinto (Roselle, 2020-12-22)
#473Wetlands and natural habitat are important!
Michael Murray (Roselle, 2020-12-22)
#474I'm signing this because I live along these roads with my family and do not want those harmful impacts. We use the well water systems aswell. This is dangerous for us residents and wildlife.
Robert Mukite (Schaumburg , 2020-12-22)
#479I'm signing because once you take away a natural habitat, it is gone forever. Current and future lives depend on this ecosystem, both animal and human.
Mallory Ohara (Hanover park, 2020-12-22)
#480I believe in preserving natural habitats for wildlife whenever possible. I also believe that thee is plenty of land that is vacant or would not impact a wetlands around Schaumburg. Take areas by Woodfield Mall for instance. I have recently moved to Palatine from Schaumburg and still own a home there. And I used to live in Roselle just the other side of the railroad tracks so I know this wetlands. It’s beautiful and serene and should remain undisturbed. Please reconsider.
Natasha Giraldo (Palatine/Schaumburg, 2020-12-22)
#481Wetlands serve a purpose to keep the ecosystem balanced. Natural habitats need to be protected. Without them, we eventually see soil degradation, and lack of fertile ground in areas that we need it. Continuing to strip the land of natural habitats will not benefit us nor the animals that help keep it balanced. Our own bad habits of encouraging revenue and business ventures above protecting natural habitats, must change. It will be very unwise for us to continue to strip up wetlands, farmlands, and prairies for our immediate desires with these large projects that damage the land and environment. If businesses want large areas of land, seek delapidated areas and restore/rebuild/change then. But stop stripping natural land of the last habitats in the region, is ridiculous and disgusting.
Christine Canchola-Guzman (Roselle Cook, 2020-12-22)
#487It is important for our planet and our children to preserve natural beauty and animal habitats
Rebecca Williams-Garcia (Bensenville , 2020-12-22)
#490Love in the area and do not want increased truck traffic / pollution
Aaron Eichhorst (Roselle, 2020-12-23)
#495Because we should preserve the ecosystem
Alexandra Kowalczyk (Chicago, 2020-12-23)
#497Environmental protection is very important to me
Mallela Villarreal (Schaumburg , 2020-12-23)
#505This area of land has been in my families history for years and would hate to see this come to fruition!
Jennifer Decker (Roselle, 2020-12-23)
#509We need to protect the land that is important to our environment.
Dori Gerlesits (Roselle, 2020-12-23)
#514I's signing because I object mindless development and projects that hard our environment.
Pawel Markowski (Medinah, 2020-12-23)
#519I live down the street and want to keep the wetlands along with the wildlife to help improve the environment.
Pam Bonfiglio (Roselle, 2020-12-23)
#524This is important! I live very near this area and want it to remain natural and undeveloped.
Dan Scoles (Roselle, 2020-12-23)
#532Animals and nature must thrive if we are going to thrive. Stop the paving over and polluting of the wetlands.
Beth Ward (Denver, 2020-12-23)
#536Natural places are becoming too rare. Plants and animals are integral to human happiness and quality of life.
Amy Rieselman (Naperville , 2020-12-23)
#539This is an unwelcome, unnecessary and a dangerous addition to our community. There are so many harmful things at play here that could damage and threaten surrounding homes, not to mention the destruction of land that's home to lots of wildlife.
Jennifer Mills (Roselle, 2020-12-23)
#542I dont want another truck company in the neighborhood
Maribeth Showalter (Roselle, 2020-12-23)
#545I'm signing this petition because I believe the diesel fumes will be harmful to people attending the church and living in the neighboring townhomes and because of the damage to the wetlands.
Lynn Dennis (Roselle, 2020-12-23)
#546We need to preserve our wetlands.
Eileen Murphy (SCHAUMBURG, 2020-12-23)
#549It is essential to our ecosystem to protect these lands. It's also our responsibility as humans to keep sections of the land for our sanity, peace, and a way to educate future generations about nature and balance. Once destroyed, we can't "build" this elsewhere. Do not destroy this land. Build elsewhere.
Lorrie O'Connor (Schaumburg, 2020-12-23)
#550We need someplace for the animals to live, we DON'T NEED THE WASTE, in OUR WELLS. Too much other land they can use.
Michael Zaborowski (Roselle , 2020-12-23)
#553We don't need anymore trucks in that area, and we don't need to destroy anymore nature
Samantha Luke (Schaumburg, 2020-12-23)
#554I value a balanced (natural vs developed) community.
Julie Berg (Schaumburg , 2020-12-23)
#555Stop destroying what little land animals have left to live & feed on. You wonder why animals are coming into our neighborhoods.....this is why. They have no where else to go. No where to find food.
Kim Parker (Schaumburg , 2020-12-23)
#560I want to live in a clean, non cancerous environment.
Norah Chehab (Roselle, 2020-12-23)
#562The wetlands, people’s health and preservation of natural spaces is more important than money or some temporary political gain. I am sure there are are other spaces across the street in the already developed areas. Repurpose abandoned developed areas.
Juliet Oroni (Roselle , 2020-12-23)
#565The ecology of this wetland and neighboring properties is far too sensitive to withstand destruction by development and pollution.
Brandi Talaga (Roselle, 2020-12-23)
#567I want that area designated as a wetland so no company can build there.
Karen Grieshaber (Schaumburg, 2020-12-23)
#573THE OVERDEVELOPMENT OF OUR NATURE RESERVES NEEDS TO STOP.
SALLY OCONNELL (Hanover Park, 2020-12-23)
#574I live in Hampton in the park and this will absolutely ruin our property value.
Patrice Pappas (Roselle, 2020-12-23)
#576Open spaces are needed for the future. I am concerned that my grandchildren experience a quality environment near home.
David Melzer (ELK GROVE VILLAGE, 2020-12-23)
#579We only have one earth, we have to protect it!
Kathleen Griffin (itasca, 2020-12-23)
#587Im upset they are adding 150 homes to an area that we dont need and taking away the land on Summit Dr. Im sick of this!!
Victoria Drawant (Schaumburg illinois, 2020-12-24)
#589I would like the habitat to remain in its natural state. Not only could disrupting the safety and health of nearby residents who have lived on Long Ave for many years. Potential flooding and and pollution could pose a great public health issue by harming water sources and emission of harmful waste by product into the atmosphere.
Juan Garcia (Schaumburg, 2020-12-24)
Yehya Chehab (Roselle, 2020-12-24)
#597We need to preserve some nature here. It is important not only for the wildlife, but also the residents
Melanie Dwyer (Roselle, 2020-12-24)
#600I live near this area and this will become a traffic nightmare!! The area is so congested already!!!!
Lisa Drugan (Roselle, 2020-12-24)