Help! We Must Stop the Proposed Rezoning for the Warehouse/Distribution Hub at PGBT and Liberty Grove Road!

Comments

#6

I am a homeowner in the Homestead at Liberty Grove in Rowlett and am opposed to this project! It will cause unnecessary traffic, light, noise, and environmental pollution, decrease our home values, and take away the peacefulness and attractiveness of our city and neighborhood!

Alison Gillen (Rowlett, 2022-01-10)

#7

I’m a resident of Homestead at Liberty Grove. We built here for the semi secluded location with nice green space.

Thomas Apodaca (Rowlett , 2022-01-10)

#8

I am opposed to the rezoning of the 165 acre area to the east of Bush, north of Liberty Grove and west of Muddy Creek to light industrial. This will negatively affect home prices and quality of life.

Chuck Sisserson (Rowlett, Tx., 2022-01-10)

#11

I'm signing this petition because my wife and I are adamantly opposed to a warehouse development going in next to our neighborhood. The trucks will further destroy the already bad roads, cause tremendous traffic, more air/noise pollution, and negatively impact our property values.

Richard Faltot (Rowlett, 2022-01-10)

#13

Without an occupant, this property will sit vacant and decrease values.

Gina Jenkins (Rowlett, 2022-01-10)

#15

This does not benefit our community or the surrounding communities. Please consider the people that actually live close by and what WE want.

Kimberly Pennock (Rowlett, 2022-01-10)

#16

I am opposed to this light industrial PD as it is not appropriate for the area and will be deleterious for property values.

Marvin Moss (Rowlett, 2022-01-10)

#17

There is so much more value that could be had by placing homes in that area or targeting a different type of business/organization.

Jeremy Smith (Rowlett, 2022-01-10)

#18

I do not agree with the proposed rezoning.

Christina Reis (Rowlett, 2022-01-10)

#19

I moved to rowlett to be in a small city with a country feel. Having 8 large warehouses next door shows the city “leadership” only cares about potential tax dollars that will line their pockets and is not concerned with the best interest of the people that voted them in.

Jonathan Gillen (Rowlett, 2022-01-10)

#22

This would lower the value of our homes and the roads can not handle the traffic of large trucks and 18 wheelers.
There are plenty of other choices for this other than in our neighborhood or anyone else’s.

Debbie Vukovich (Rowlett, 2022-01-10)

#23

This, if approved, will ruin our neighborhood. I am adamently against approval. There must be another way for Rowlett to make money instead of this.

Paula Seabolt (Rowlett, 2022-01-10)

#27

I strongly oppose this project due to the adverse effects it will have on my property value nearby.

Carolyn Boros (Rowlett , 2022-01-10)

#29

I am a homeowner in the area and completely agree that this sort of development is not right for Rowlett and would cheapen the look of our community.

William Cruz (Rowlett, 2022-01-10)

#33

I oppose this in this area

Heather Bednarek (Rowlett, 2022-01-10)

#34

I am signing this petition because as a homeowner in Homstead at Liberty Grove I believe this type of development would be detrimental to our neighborhoods and community and would drive our home values down. Not to mention the truck traffic, constant noise and light pollution!

Heather MacDonald (Rowlett, 2022-01-10)

#38

Increase in truck traffic and noise.
Decrease in property value.
Difficulty in developing phase 3/4/5 of Homestead.

Janice Cornell (Rowlett, 2022-01-10)

#40

I protest the proposal to redone to commercial warehouse use age for the proper on PGBT and Liberty Grove

Connie Hendley (Rowlett , 2022-01-10)

#41

As a homeowner in the Homestead on Liberty Grove, I oppose the rezoning for the warehouse/distribution hub at PGBT & Liberty Grove.

Teri Dunlap (Rowlett , 2022-01-10)

#42

This proposal if passed will bring lower residential property values to the area, 24-7 noise pollution, light pollution from proposed light standard heights, increased traffic and traffic jams, possible hazardous spills and runoff, likelihood of prostitution coming into the area as it usually does with a congregation of truckers, increased road damage, which by the way we already have a terrible road on Liberty Grove, and in my opinion, the possibility that the developer of Homestead at Liberty Grove would sell his remaining phases to a lesser developer which would also decrease property values.

Bill Cornell (Rowlett, 2022-01-10)

#50

I feel this property to be far too industrial to be so close to residential space. This should be broken up into smaller and more diverse businesses, spread out and filled with green spaces and trails for recreation and biking/personal electric vehicles. The proposed rezoning will negatively impact the health, safety, morals or general welfare of the public. The light and noise pollution from an industrial complex will be a chronic nuisance on the residents of the Homestead at Liberty Grove neighborhood.

Les Carroll (Rowlett, 2022-01-10)

#54

I don’t want my. Neighborhood to look like a war zone and my roads even more congested than they are

Jonathan Killingsworth (Rowlett, 2022-01-10)

#56

I live in this area and noise/traffic is already an issue. This area is not an industrial area.

Sharon Martin (Rowlett, 2022-01-10)

#57

Oppose the rezoning! I live at Liberty Grove & PGBT

Donna Myers (Rowlett, 2022-01-10)

#58

Not a good fit for Rowlett.

Terri Hodges -Vergara (Rowlett , 2022-01-10)

#59

I'm signing because I want to see something that services the neighborhood than devalues my neighborhood.

Seraphina Francisco (Rowlett , 2022-01-10)

#64

I am signing this because I do not want traffic and light pollution associated with these warehouses.

Angela Moss (Rowlett, 2022-01-10)

#72

I am a new homeowner in this area and do not want to see tractor trailor trucks clogging traffic and further destroying the streets and causing more money from the city to repave later.

Kathy Macias (Rowlett, 2022-01-10)

#73

Liberty Grove homeowner

Micah Rabalais (Rowlett, 2022-01-10)

#74

I am not in support of the proposed zoning at George Bush and Liberty Grove. I do not believe that it is in the best interest of Rowlett nor its citizens.

Wendy Bigony (Rowlett, 2022-01-10)

#76

I live in Homestead at Liberty Grove and do NOT want warehouses in my backyard!

Michelle Kautz (Rowlett, 2022-01-10)

#77

Rezoning for warehouses is bad

Francisco Alvarado (Rowlett, 2022-01-10)

#78

This proposed warehouse would be bad for nearby neighborhoods and I don't believe that type of development would be good for Rowlett.

Kelly Teel (Rowlett , 2022-01-10)

#81

I don't see this as a way to increase the value of this land or raise the taxes for our city. If there was housing here there would be better financial results for the city. There would also be detrimental results for all the citizens that live around that area.

Robbert van Bloemendaal (Rowlett, 2022-01-10)

#82

I don’t think it will be a good move to put trucks lights and noise in that area

Cathy McKeever (Rowlett, 2022-01-10)

#83

Rowlett has been losing its charm because of all the liquor stores and apartment complexes... please dont add to it by allowing this mega warehouse to be built in our neighborhood.

Andrea Sercy (Rowlett, 2022-01-10)

#88

This doesn’t sound like an asset for Rowlett. I think the cons outweigh the pros.

Laurie Wheeler (Rowlett , 2022-01-10)

#90

I agree with the post on the neighborhood app. No 165 acre warehouse at 190 and Liberty Grove Road. Absolutely not!!!

Nancy Baker (Rowlett, 2022-01-10)

#91

I don't want to live near a warehouse. The light pollution, added noise, and increase in traffic isn't something I want to raise my family next to or deal with. The traffic in DFW is already bad.

Stephanie Edwards (Rowlett , 2022-01-10)

#100

I don't think it is a good use for the land and the Rowlett area. To me they are an eye sore everywhere they put them. Rowlett once had every strict requirements of what went up along PGBT we need to keep it that way.

Kent Ross (Rowlett, 2022-01-10)

#102

Are you kidding me the traffic is already ridiculous please add something to Rowlett that benefits the residents. Still waiting for Bayside?? What happened there?

thomas healy (Rowlett, 2022-01-10)

#105

The infastructure in the area is not ready to handle the kind of development that this would require. It will cause home values to fall, the noise pollution will take away from the golf course and already add to the noise pollution and odor pollution from the land fill. Also, the city has an opportunity to develop a very nice greenway along the banks of muddy creek making a very nice park.

Andrew House (Rowlett, 2022-01-10)

#107

I do not want this Lan to be rezone for a distribution center. The infrastructure in this area cannot handle it.

Stacy Bartlett (Rowlett, 2022-01-10)

#108

This will be not only an eye sore but major traffic problem. We need to make our city more beautiful and lower traffic constraints. This does the opposite

William Barstow (Rowlett, 2022-01-10)

#111

I live near this area and the noise from the PGBT is already too much. This proposal will create additional noise pollution, traffic congestion and light pollution. This needs to be stopped.

Albert Shackelford (Rowlett, 2022-01-10)

#115

I am a homeowner in the area and do not want a giant, ugly warehouse district lowering our property value and infringing upon our view of the skyline. DFW is already full of empty warehouse spaces. We do not need more, and this will provide no benefit to the neighborhood (fiscally or culturally).

Chase Rodriguez (Rowlett, 2022-01-10)

#116

I oppose this proposition because of the unwanted noise, traffic, pollution, etc that the 18 wheelers are going to bring in. A warehouse site like this is going to take away from the beauty of our neighborhood, both visually and audibly.

Cyndi Bender (Rowlett, 2022-01-10)

#117

I do not want this development here! Stop already! Are we sure the city council members even live in Rowlett??? They act like house flippers from what I am reading.

Larry Wallace (Rowlett , 2022-01-10)

#119

I am not against Rowlett adding warehouse space, but the placement is not well thought out. We already struggle with large amounts of traffic on an already low maintenance road.

Conner Dunlap (Rowlett, 2022-01-10)

#120

I'm signing because I strenuously oppose this proposal!

Linda MAJOR (ROWLETT, 2022-01-10)

#121

I do not agree to rezone this land parcel

Bill Moffitt (Rowlett , 2022-01-10)

#123

As a resident of Homestead, adjacent to the property, I feel it would diminish values and affect living conditions.

Michael Uptain (Rowlett, 2022-01-10)

#124

I oppose this proposal

William Cooper (Rowlett , 2022-01-10)

#126

Rowlett does not need industrial complexes adding to the pollution and heavy traffic in the area. This will negatively impact our home values. The traffic noise on PGBT is already bad enough without adding idling 18 wheelers to the mix. Keep Rowlett a peaceful community and leave industrial complexes in Dallas and Garland where they belong.

Heather Cummings (Rowlett, 2022-01-10)

#130

I do not approve the rezoning. The City of Rowlett is not in need of any warehouse distribution centers. This will not be an asset for our community. We do not need additional 18 wheeler tractor trailers tearing up our roads as we the taxpayers will be responsible for paying for the repairs.

Angela Farrar (Rowlett, 2022-01-10)

#131

I don’t agree with the refining and building a warehouse

Tammy Fudge (Rowlett, 2022-01-10)

#133

I’m a property owner and I’m very concerned about the proposed rezoning

Camilo Aristizabal (Rowlett, 2022-01-10)

#138

I oppose this proposal as it will have an immediate negative impact to our neighborhood and property values. Having a warehouse distribution center that close to our land was never communicated when we purchased our home. The tranquility and suburban feel were promoted when we purchased, and never would have agreed knowing this monstrosity of a facility would be built up against Homestead. The truck traffic alone will be unmanageable and make the area less safe and problematic. Absolutely oppose this proposal.

Logan Hansen (Rowlett, 2022-01-10)

#140

I don't want to live with this.
I would prefer light commercial mixed w residential on half
Acre lots.

Nancy Hansen (Liberty Grove, 2022-01-10)

#141

I moved to rowlett for the peace and serenity. I do not want to live in a warehouse district. We’re already seeing an uptick in transients from DART and will soon see an abundance of visitors at Sapphire Bay. Keep the warehouse district in Dallas!

Felicia Russell (Rowlett, 2022-01-10)

#142

-Cause our home values to plummet
-Cause truck traffic from 18-wheeler tractor trailers, which will add traffic congestion, possibly cause damage to our roads, and cause 24-7 noise disruption from idling and moving trucks due to a proposal of 24-7 warehouse operation, as well as noise from material handling
-Light pollution from building wall packs and proposed 80 ft. light poles that are sure to enter into our homes
-Bring low-wage jobs to our area that do not add any value to our ecomony nor would have any positive impact on tax base
-Potential runoff hazard that could enter Muddy Creek, and possibly contaminate our water supply
Take away from the tranquility and attractiveness of our area

Clara Lively (Rowlett, TX, 2022-01-10)

#143

I live right next to this intersection and I think it would be awful to have right next door to our neighborhood.

Summer Koole (Rowlett, 2022-01-10)

#144

Traffic noise.
Light pollution.
Traffic.
I'm opposed to any commercial development.

Just leave the area alone, I enjoy the cows and untouched land.

The city of Rowlett doesnt need the money.

David Lee (Rowlett, 2022-01-10)

#147

I agree that we should NOT stand for these warehouses to be built and ruin our neighborhood that we have all spent so much money for.

Emily Humm (Rowlett, 2022-01-10)

#148

We do not need any additional complex's built in Rowlett near Liberty Grove and Merrit without first addressing our current traffic limitations.

David Rediger (Rowlett, 2022-01-10)

#150

I’m signing because if they won’t connect Merrit road with Liberty grove road, then I can’t approve of me connecting the approval of these projects taking place. Traffic already bad.

Levi Muniz (Wylie , 2022-01-10)

#152

I don’t think this will encourage the type of growth and development I hope for in Rowlett. I live close to this proposed area and feel it would negatively impact my day to day life.

Kara Imperial (Rowlett, 2022-01-10)

#153

I object to having a large warehouse at Liberty Grove and 190. The traffic is horrible as it is without multiple trucks added. This is a residential area and our homes would not be worth anything if that was put in here. Please pick a different spot to put that warehouse.

AMBER VANCLEAVE (Rowlett , 2022-01-10)

#155

I and many of my neighbors would not like that property to be used in that way! To many cons would not benifet us or the city!

Gabriel Llamas (Rowlett, 2022-01-10)

#156

I’m signing this because I am against this project.

Chris Tapia (Rowlett, 2022-01-10)

#159

I’m signing because I’d rather have this be a mix or residential and commercial buildings.

Michelle Davila (Rowlett, 2022-01-10)

#162

Rowlett area is not large enough to add warehouses like this and the ugliness, noise pollution, disruption, traffic congestion, and a possible decrease in home values makes this a bad decision.

Patricia Layer (Rowlett, 2022-01-10)

#163

I do not want the land rezoned.

Brandon Thrower (Rowlett, 2022-01-10)

#167

Not in favor of this

George McMillan (Rowlett , 2022-01-10)

#170

Leave the land alone please. Just leave it alone. No development of any kind is needed. Property values have been rising for years, so theres your added revenue. There are 6 or 7 new neighborhood's under construction, so theres some more added revenue.

We do not want:
Light pollution
Noise pollution
Traffic and traffic noise
Commercial warehousing does not benefit people living in rowlett.
Dont be greedy.

Jamie Lee (Rowlett, 2022-01-11)

#171

No traffic
No traffic noise
No light pollution

Mitch Lee (Rowlett , 2022-01-11)

#175

This is the wrong location for such a development; this area is looking for residential helpful amenities not commercial development which is available in other locations in Rowlett. Liberty Grove area has been a haven for open space and this is greatly opposed to the concept that was envisioned. Understanding that the City may be looking for a tax base, this is the wrong location. Neither the concept of the infrastructure for this location is acceptable or long-term viable. The frontage to GB presents so many alternatives that should be explored.

Gail Lehmann (Rowlett, 2022-01-11)

#177

I don't want a DC in my neighborhood

Richard Bartlett (Rowlett, 2022-01-11)

#186

Warehouses are NOT appropriate for this area. Visibility from 190 should attract residents and appropriate business that are desired by residents and visitors. Family restaurants and business that serve family activities are needed.

susanna davis (rowlett, 2022-01-11)

#189

I am not in favor of the rezoning of the land at Liberty Grove and PGBT. This rezoning will downgrade our neighborhoods, eliminate much of the green space that is part of what love about this city, and create pollution and more traffic problems. I would like to adamantly oppose.

Niki McMillan (Rowlett, 2022-01-11)

#191

Industrial space, there, will bring unwanted traffic and noise to the area. Roads are already failing with just residential traffic.

Craig Ingram (Rowlett , 2022-01-11)

#196

I want to

Rich Corbell (Rockwall, 2022-01-11)



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