Friday, July 15, 2016

If Klein Homes intends to remove the pedestrian walkway at Serenity Springs, perhaps the web site needs to be updated.

It has long been my contention that the persistent illegality of vandalism forces certain personality types into property development, and once there, seated atop their fleets of bulldozers, they deploy a random palaver generator to name their forthcoming scars on the landscape.

For instance, if it's to be called Towering Oak estates, you can be sure of only one thing: There are no oak trees, as they all were removed to make way for the houses.

Seriously ... Serenity Springs. If you didn't already know, you'd think it's a funeral home, wouldn't you?

At any rate, the property developers making like the Romans at Carthage (look it up, Lawyer Daggett) in this instance seem unwilling to install their walking path.

But why not? They're only emulating municipal government.

1 comment:

w&la said...

I guess if you're moving there to die (sorry, I meant "aging in place"), you don't need to exercise.