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Eddie Gochenour

Eddie GochenourWhen you look at trying to decrease the lot density in a subdivision to increase the size of the home-building lots, it simply drives up the cost of buying a home in that subdivision. The cost of developing it—such as the water, sewer and roads—will remain the same and, by decreasing the lot density, it simply drives up the price of the home to where your child or mine may not be able to even live here because of the prices. You know our service personnel such as police officers, firefighters, and school teachers wouldn’t be able to afford to live here. So it’s just you try to find that balance, and it’s very difficult in this region.

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