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Report of the Land Preservation Task Force - Shared screen with speaker view
Dee Durham
01:14:29
We currently have 25% preserved lands in NCC.Let's preserve 30% by 2030."Thirty by 30" - a nice goal to shoot for!
JOHN
01:16:33
Can't stay but concerning ~45 acres of Brandywine Country now designated for Brandywine School District should be instead gifted to the County for a Park.
JOHN
01:17:39
From Me re: Brandywine Country Club.
JOHN
01:18:03
From Me = John Yovino
Cathy
01:21:08
Sorry meant to include the attendees as well. Please find a way to preserve the ex-Hercules land. It’s a perfect place to provide parkland to our communities and continue to provide a critical refuge to many species of plants and animals
Ellen Kohler
01:34:36
Would love to see an open spaces strategy that considers restoring developed lands into open space. We have developed far too many of our headwaters areas and that has resulted in significant impacts to water quality. Likewise, there are plenty of places where commercial development hasn't proved to be viable that could be great open spaces for surrounding communities or become community gardens.
Ellen Kohler
01:42:48
Trust for Public Land often supports communities in getting resident feedback - have you reached out to them?
Julie Jenks Zorach
01:52:05
Thank you to all for your work! Very thoughtful…
Ellen Kohler
01:56:32
Thank you all very much for your great work - so glad to see this moving forward.
Tom
01:56:40
Is the walther farm in bear currently planned for development or is it preserved for agriculture?
Tom
02:01:06
Thanks!
Ellen Kohler
02:01:29
How do we ensure that our preservation efforts are shared equitably across the entire county?
Julie Jenks Zorach
02:27:50
Thank you!