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Would you like to donate your front yard to your city?
You could get a tax deduction for it, and would never have to pay taxes on it, mow it, or pay to maintain it in any way.
The developer and his global investment group are selling 21 acres of Oakwood to South Euclid for $1.
21 acres that they cannot use, and do not want.
The developer and his global investment group will:
1.Get a tax write-off for the value of the donated land.
It will contain large amounts of road salt in the winter and petroleum residue from the cars and the asphalt parking lot in the warmer months.
Would you want to have this “wetland” on your property?
A truly sustainable development would have porous pavement and there would be no need for a retention basin.
Thanks to Jim Miller beautiful spring photos of Oakwood.
We all have to continue to work hard and spread the word so that Oakwood will not be destroyed and be just as beautiful next spring.