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Re: “The Tutera Group isn't getting much resistance to its plan to wall off a chunk of Prairie Village for the Medicare set

I'll comment on what I'd like to see on this property. I don't mind retail, but I want it small, primarily-local, and something that works within the existing community.

I also don't mind a senior center, but not a taking-up-every-square-inch-of-the-property kind. The Tutera group, if feels to me, wants to build too far into the corners of the property, when most of us in PV moved here bc of the green space. How about encompassing a public-friendly green space/trail that could be used by the seniors AND the public?

REgarding this property, I am mostly (and hugely) disappointed the now retired (thankfully!!) Gene Johnson, SMSD superintendent, forbid the property from being sold to other schools, to prevent competetion with SMSD. That is ridiculous and self-serving, but water under the bridge. That would have been the absolutely BEST solution for this property.

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Posted by PV Fam on 05/20/2013 at 9:53 AM

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