Every week we get lots of comments from our readers on our web site, via email, and social media. Here’s a sample of what we heard this week. Add your thoughts to the comments at the bottom of this article or email email@example.com.
Aline Caldwell: “I am not happy with the idea of rental units being build in our area where everybody ownes their home. If you have to build more homes at least if they were condos, at least the residents being owners, will be more apt to take care of their properties then renters. This mass rental units proposal will decrease the value of our homes. When I purchased my home, I was told that businesses would be going up in those areas, not rental units. I worry that the traffic will be horendance on the corner of Cope and Templeford. Mass rental areas bring in more crime and distruction to areas that were very safe areas to live in. All in all, I think it will be a disaster.”
Tanya Hein: Good on you, Jenny Guth! Thanks for all you do in our community and beyond.”
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Erma (Bradley) Brown: “Captain William Brown Bradley was my Great Great Great Grandfather as well. I am a sister of Louise who responded earlier, and I also grew up on the Bradley family farm on the 2nd line of Huntley (now Oak Creek Road). Hence, my Great Grandfather was Edward Sands Bradley who married Hannah (nee Mulligan). They are buried at Christ Anglican Church Cemetery in Huntley, at the same gravesite as our parents and grandparents, William Brown and Lena (nee Hodgins) Bradley. Our parents, Elmer and Evelyn (nee Moore) Bradley, had a stained glass window installed (1972) in Christ Church Huntley in memory of Bradley ancestors. Wonderful to know that my Great Great Great Grandfather Bradley was recognized and celebrated in this way. I was always proud to be a Bradley.
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