Four Seasons Community to Hear Two Rivers Plan

Developers will meet with residents Thursday at 7 p.m. at the Waugh Chapel Community Center.

Residents of the Four Seasons community will have their chance to hear details on the Two Rivers development plan on Thursday evening.

The Four Seasons Community Association has scheduled a meeting with developers to hear more about the proposed development, which calls for 2,060 homes and a new elementary school to the south of the Waugh Chapel Towne Centre.

The meeting is scheduled for 7 p.m. at the Waugh Chapel community center.

Residents of Piney Orchard , including officials from Koch Homes and Classic Communities Corp. Alex Szachnowicz, the chief operating officer for Anne Arundel County Public Schools, was also in attendance.

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Ronald August 17, 2012 at 10:26 AM
Chris. How many times did you vote and how many aliasis do you have. Obviously I am not a fan of Jeffs but this is a good point he shares. How did he get this information? Is the PATCH sharing with him?
Ronald August 17, 2012 at 10:33 AM
I believe that the 'fringe minority' is actually the 'silent majority'. As far as the Board supporting you that is obvious since the Board give the appearance of working for the owners of the apartment complexes and their 750 proxies. Wasn't it Susan that was 'elected' by less than 10 real people with the help of the proxies. How is that representative of the communitty. Take away the proxies and you lose the majority of the Board.
Karen C. August 17, 2012 at 11:42 AM
What "two-time senior political appointee by President Bush" really means...."I hung around with the Log Cabin Republicans long enough that they gave me some meaningless, non-descript job in the bowels of some federal building"
Larry August 17, 2012 at 11:55 AM
My big concern with this whole thing is that the person who is supposedly speaking on behalf of the entire HOA lives within 250 feet of where the road will intererect with SLW. That just doesn't pass the smell test to me. Maybe we'll be lucky and the state/builders of the road will take his house by eminent domain, paying him what it is currently worth which is a lot less than his purchase price, and we can get rid of him in the HOA once and for all.
Jeff Andrade August 17, 2012 at 12:37 PM
Gee "Larry" you sound so well informed for someone who just joined Patch this morning. And you raise the same false claims as Scotty the Patch troll, who apparently needs to learn how to use a measuring tape. How predictable and pathetic.


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