Subdivision-Information-Flyerx - Friends of Bryan Park

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22 févr. 2014 (il y a 3 années et 10 mois)

86 vue(s)


=
Environmental Education Area



= Bryan Park Boundary

(This
edge is in Henrico County)



=
Proposed
Shirley Subdivision
(Henrico County)



EXTREME
DENSITY:

The subdivision
will be made up of
40 houses on 7.1
acres
;

this is approximately 6 homes
per acre.







NOISE:

Loss of sound barrier to park and
surrounding neighborhoods



Almost all of
the trees will be removed



Shirley

will have a 24 hour tractor
truck dock on one side



ACCA Train yards and I
-
64 on two
other sides



Greatly increased traffic along Upham
Brook






WATER QUALITY IMPACT
:

The subdivision

will be located
between
and above

Upham Brook and Jordan’s
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Increased
sedimentation



Increased storm water velocity



Increased trash and other
contamination



Sewer line will be built through
federally designated wetlands

OTHER
IMPACT
S
:



Loss of
forest setting for
Bryan
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ark’s
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Reduction
in

the diversity of bird
and animal life
in the park
community



Increased use by Henrico
,

which
does not pay a dime toward
Bryan Park’s upkeep or care



Increased fragmentation and
loss of valuable green space

SOLUTIONS:



Redesign the neighborhood as a
n
environmentally
-
sound Low Impact
Development



Donate the land to Bryan Park (= tax
credits)



Place a conservation easement on the
land (= tax credits)



Buy the land and donate it to the park

Owner/
Developer
:

Mark Motley

Motley’s Auction & Realty Group

4402 West Broad Street

Richmond, VA 23230

(804) 355
-
2100

http://motleys.com

Click on
Contact Us
, then
Meet the Staff.


Please address him respectfully! (Some haven’t
.
)



Please do what you can to help protect
this
historic Richmond City Park. Thank you!

www.friendsofbryanpark.org

info@friendsofbryanpark.org

President John Zeugner: 804
-
288
-
5005