Thursday, June 30, 2011

Stone Farmhouse or Applebutter Village?

Should a historic stone farmhouse be shoved out of the way for a mobile home park? Yesterday, I told you that landfills, sewage treatment plants and trailer parks tend to go hand in hand. The Eddie Smith Trailer Park, located in Exeter Township, went a little further. It was actually built on top of an abandoned landfill.

Would you like this?














Or this?

6 comments:

Anonymous said...

Do you have a photo of that beatiful mod development in Forks that looks nicer than most LV neighborhoods, including yours?

Anonymous said...

Bernie
Someone said mobile home park tenants have very few protections for sanitation and decent living conditions. Is this true?

Anonymous said...

Bernie
SteelStaks Farmers Market. Do you know if vendors pay a fee to be there?

Anonymous said...

I almost got crushed by that rolling ball of bias.

Without a picture of the site plan, that picture of some random park in Berks County is 100% irrelevant.

You've taken pictures of site plans before at meetings. Why not this for this project?

Bernie O'Hare said...

"Do you have a photo of that beatiful mod development in Forks that looks nicer than most LV neighborhoods, including yours?"

Actually, I don't think that trailer park is very nice, either. The streets are narrow and the homes are crammed together.

Bernie O'Hare said...

"You've taken pictures of site plans before at meetings. Why not this for this project?"

Because there was no formal presentation. There is a plan, bur it is being replaced on 7/14, and that is when I'll take a picture. Incidentally, I rarely photograph plans.