Joseph Snee was one of the speakers who addressed upward of 400 people who attended a Community Input Meeting at Southampton Middle School regarding the proposed development of a retirement community and single-family homes on the Eva-Mar property east of Bel Air.
The meeting, which started at 6 p.m lasted nearly three and a half hours.
Speakers talked about the likelihood for increased traffic on already crowded area roads like Route 543 and potential adverse effects the development could have on the environment and their property values.
A community input meeting is the first step mandated by the county in the review process for all new developments.
Read more from the Baltimore Sun HERE.
More coverage about the topic can be found below:
Baltimore Sun: Meeting on planned Bel Air retirement community draws 400
Baltimore Sun: Plans for Eva-Mar Development Withdrawn
Baltimore Sun: New plans for Bel Air retirement community site submitted
Baltimore Sun: Opponents of Harford retirement community plan pack review hearing, seek changes