Hillmoor: Save it All!
Plan Commission Public Hearing on Monday, October 16 at 6:00 p.m. at City Hall Vote NO – Vote NO – Vote NO Vote NO flyer
Once again this property is under attack. What you can do: Action List for Hillmoor
The Comprehensive Map continues to list this property as Private Recreation Facilities with zoning of Rural Holding. It is much more valuable when the map is changed and unlimited flexibility is granted. Check out the current map (page in the City’s Comprehension Plan) versus the map submitted by the developer (click both links directly below). Their proposed map should give you a huge clue to the game that is played.
Letter to the Editor September 2017 Save It All – LTE
Letter to the Editor August 2017 – Saving Hillmoor
[Below is information from the previous map change request which continues to be pertinent in 2017.]
And #8 talks about preservation and #15)
Benefits of Parks – Why America Needs MORE City Parks and OpenSpace http://www.eastshorepark.org/benefits_of_parks%20tpl.pdf
Terry O’Neal wrote a terrific piece for the Geneva Shore Report: Hidden Cost of a Hillmoor Development-12
Chris Schultz, reporter for the Lake Geneva Regional News, gives us some important facts and revelations about the project: Hillmoor: Greenspace or golden development opportunity
Guest editorial on Lake Hillmoor: Retention Pond and Crowdfunding