Originally Posted by Double L
Yes and the assessment of this development is that it is not a positive development.
Then that's all that has to be said. But the turning it into something it isn't nor was ever intended to be is what I am talking about. I don't like the sprawl either but thought about posting this because of past threads dealing with slightly thr same subject matter concerning other Texas cities. There was no bashing in those thread but actually praise. And I do however like Stevens Ranch because of the set up, on side will have single family homes, schools, parks and the other will have multifamily buildings, office parks and retail shopping.
Better than most suburban subdivisio developments.