Fred Cornforth, the group's chief executive officer, told the local paper that "it is so tough to really listen to neighborhood concerns and meet their expectations simply because they don't ask us enough questions.
There's so much to lose for a developer or owner to run their properties the way she
is obligated by state and federal regulations to keep its income eligibility requirements and to have multiple annual inspections for 55 years."It's a different era of housing.I think we'll meet and exceed the neighbors' expectationsâ€"that's our goal."
In order to clear the air, Mr. Cornforth
asked the Council to postpone for two weeks its decision on the application to rezone the parcel from agricultural to rural residential.During that time, CDI
and the current owners will hold neighborhood meetings with the hope of setting the record straight. For more information: Fred Cornforth, Chief Executive Officer, Community Development, Inc., 208-459-1841